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Bur. Ent. & P. Q. *»wtairi0% ssue( | ^f#mber 1942 

United States Department of Agriculti 

BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND pSaP?T QUA^ANll^] 

SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANN<51 



LIST OF INTERCEPTED PLANT PESTS, 1941 

(List of Pests Recorded During the Period July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, Inclusive, 
as Intercepted in, on, or with Plants and Plant Products Entering United States 
Territory.) 

INTRODUCTION 

This report covers the twenty-eighth year for which records of interceptions 
have been issued. The data in the main detailed table are arranged under 
alphabetical lists of the pests and pathogens, as was done last year for the first 
time, but three columns headed "Consumption," "Nonentry," and "Propagation" 
have been substituted for the five columns headed "Cargo," "Mail," "Baggage," 
"Quarters," and "Stores." Items in the "Consumption" column include pests 
and pathogens found in, on, or with material offered for entry for consumption, 
as food or feed, and for use in manufacturing or processing, as well as packing for 
these and other materials, whether or not their entry was permitted. Since such 
materials are often so distributed or so handled as to enable accompanying pests 
to become established, items in this column may represent considerable risk. 
Items in the "Nonentry" column include organisms found associated with non- 
entry material, e. g., in stores and quarters, or en route to other countries. Such 
findings usually represent a relatively smaller risk, as temporary safeguarding is 
all that is necessary, although flying insects, air-borne pathogens, and garbage 
may require prompt attention to eliminate danger. Items in the "Propagation" 
column include some of the insects, pathogens, and related or associated forms of 
interest found in, on, or with plant material offered for entry for propagation 
purposes and believed to be associated with that material. Insects and diseases 
found in, on, or with the packing materials and clearly not associated with the 
propagation material would be listed in the "Consumption" column, if listed at all. 
While the quantity of material offered for entry for propagation is relatively small, 
interceptions on such material are important because if the parasites were allowed 
to go forward they would be likely to become established and distributed with 
their hosts. Thus the three new groups have been adopted as giving a more 
accurate reflection of the relative pest risk represented by the items listed therein 
than did the five groups used heretofore. 

It may be noted that a considerable proportion of the pests listed in the detailed 
table were found in, on, or with material for propagation in spite of the relatively 
small volume of such material. Among the factors contributing to this result are 
the more intensive inspection of such of this material as is entered in limited 
quantities under special permit, the fact that some of this material represents 
types not previously imported in such volume or over a long enough period of 
time to insure establishment of their pests, and the further fact that much of it 
comes directly or indirectly from relatively new or unusual points of origin. 

While many of the plant materials entered in large quantities carry few new 
pests, there are, from time to time, initial shipments of new products as well as of 
old products from new areas. Then, too, faster transportation and refrigeration 
aid additional pests from various parts of the world in gaining a foothold in areas 
from which we have imported for many years. Many of our relatively common 
pests and diseases vary considerably on different hosts and under different envi- 
ronmental conditions. New foreign insects and, especially, new foreign plant 
diseases may so closely resemble variants of species already established here that 
extreme care is required to detect them. Any insect or disease record which has 
not been published sufficiently often to establish it as a more or less regular finding 
may be included in the detailed table as a matter of interest. 

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War conditions resulted in reduction or elimination of interceptions from some 
countries, but the number of interceptions listed in the detailed table shows less 
change than has resulted from other factors in times past. 

NOTES ON INJECTS INTERCEPTED 

4* 'Y / FRUITFLIES 

Anastrepha ffatez£u2uj; J wa& intercepted at Boston in grapefruit in stores from 
Argentina and Trinidad. The Mexican fruitly (Anastrepha ludens) was inter- 
cepted 173 times in 9 different hosts in baggage, quarters, and stores from Mexico. 
A. mombinpraeoptans was taken 35 times in 3 different hosts in baggage, 
mail, quarters, and stores from 7 countries. The dark fruitfly (A. serpentina) was 
taken 13 times in 4 hosts in baggage, mail, and quarters from Colombia, Mexico, 
and Trinidad. A. suspensa (larva) was intercepted in grapefruit and guava in 
baggage 9nd stores from Cuba, Haiti, and Puerto Rico and (puparium) in bag of 
guavas and genips in baggage from Puerto Rico. The Mediterranean fruitfly 
(Ceratiiis capitata) was intercepted 10 times in 8 different hosts in baggage and 
stores from 6 countries. The melon fly (Dacus cucurbitae) was taken at San 
Diego in string beans in quarters from Hawaii. The celery fly (Philophylla 
heraclei) was intercepted at New York in celery in stores from England. The 
apple maggot (Rhagoletis pomonella) was intercepted 4 times at Laredo in red haw 
and apple in baggage from Mexico. The papaya fruitfly (Toxotrypana curvicauda) 
was taken only once during the year, in papaya in baggage from Mexico. 

INSECTS OTHER THAN FRUITFLIES 

In addition to the usual insects of major importance, such as the pink bollworm 
(Pectinophora gossypiella) , the West Indian sweetpotato weevil (Euscepes post- 
fasciatus), the Asiatic rice borer (Chilo simplex), the East Indian bean pod borer 
(Maruca testulalis), the yam weevil (Palaeopis costicollis) , the citrus blackfly 
(Aleurocanthus woglumi), and the turnip gall weevil (Ceutorhynchus plenrostigma) , 
many of the insects in the detailed table have been intercepted for the first time, 
or for the first time on the host indicated, or for the first time from the country 
indicated, or are of special interest for some other reason. References to "first 
record" in these notes refer to our interception records only. The insects fall in 
different groups, cover a wide host range, and come from many parts of the world, 
e. g., Aonidiella comperei (Coccidae) (first record on grape and first record from 
Haiti), X anthophthalma concinnum (Coccidae) (first record for files), Bruchidius 
incarnatus (Bruchidae) (first record in broadbean and reported as seriously 
injurious to broadbeans in Egypt), Eurytoma pistaciae (Eurytomidae) (first record 
for files), Euxesta annonae (Otitidae) (first record in corn, also first record from 
Cuba and Bahamas), Limothrips denticornis (Thripidae) (first record on Helle- 
borus niger), and Mordellistena chapini (Mordellidae) (first record from Peru). 

NOTES ON PLANT DISEASES INTERCEPTED 

The data regarding completely determined pathogens included in the main 
table are readily found. However, attention is called to the fact that citrus 
canker (Bacterium citri) was intercepted on several hosts and from several coun- 
tries, the sweet orange scab (Elsinoe australis) continued to be found occasionally 
in citrus from South America, and that citrus black spot (Phoma citricarpa) , long 
known in the orient, is now established in South Africa and was found on citrus 
fruit from there. Lima bean scab (Elsinoe phaseoli), which is so common on 
shipments from .Cuba that it is listed among the common diseases, continued to be 
found more or less frequently. Helminthosporium allii, which occurs as dark 
mycelium and spores, especially on garlic from Mexico, is another pathogen 
which has been found so often that it is listed as a common disease. A fungus 
new to our interception lists is Dendrodochium lycopersici, heretofore known from 
Belgium, found on tomatoes from Mexico. One or more of the oriental strains of 
the lespedeza rust (Uromyces lespedezae-procumbentis) was intercepted again with 
seed from Japan. The so-called Dutch elm disease (Ceratostomella ulmi) was 
found again on several lots of elm crating from England. A new disease tenta- 
tively determined as caused by Sclerotinia kerneri, a fir pathogen described from 
Austria and not known to occur in North America, was found on Christmas trees 
from Newfoundland and on greens from Nova Scotia. An examination of the list 
of fungi found on orchids shows that they continue to furnish a variety of new 
records. 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 6 

COMMON PESTS INTERCEPTED 

Many pests and diseases known to occur in this country or found frequently on 
certain* material offered for entry are recorded on tally sheets instead of on the 
more complete record forms. While many of the findings of these common forms 
never get recorded at all, enough are recorded to aid in giving a picture of the 
condition of material inspected, from the standpoint of pests present. It '"s 
recognized that foreign strains of some of these common pests and diseases might 
be destructive if established here, but inspectors would have no way of determining 
that point. In the following summary of these pest and disease records the 
numbers following the names of the organisms indicate the number of countries 
from which interceptions were made and the total number of records made 
during the year. 

INSECTS 

Common insects intercepted 10 or more times, and recorded, included Acan- 
thoscelides obtectus (5-114), Ahasverus advena (18-42), Anthonomus eugeniae 
(3-5,353), Aonidiella aurantii (8-19), Aphis gossypii (14-218), Araecerus fascicu- 
latus (14-43), Aspidiotus camelliae (10-15), A. cyanophylli (8-18), A. hederae 
(15-89), A. lataniae (19-177), A. perniciosus (5-31), Brevicoryne brassicae (7-151), 
Carpocapsa pomonella (8-211), Cathartus quadricollis (3-53), Cerataphis lataniae 
(9-95). Chrysomphalus aonidum (14-69), C. dictyospermi (12-59), Coccus hesperi- 
dum (17-80), Diaspis boisduvalii (21-437), D. bromeliae (4-466), Ephestia cautella 
(4-20), Etielia zinckenella (7-143), Frankliniella williamsi (1-166), Gnorimoschema 
operculella (13-168), Heliothis armigera (9-6,997), H. virescens (6-179), Hippo- 
damia convergens (1-90), Howardia biclavis (8-37), Laphygma frugiperda (4-665), 
Lasioderma serricorne (8-30), Lepidosaphes beckii (29-162), L. gloverii (7-21), 
Macrosiphum solanifolii (5-230), Myzus pers^'cae (9-396). Xecrobia rufipes (7-31), 
Oryzcephiius surinamensis (7-89), Parlatoria pergandii (10-35), P. proteus (9-39), 
Pinnaspis aspidistrae (4-23), P. minor (5-127), Plodia interpunctella (8-90), 
Pseudococcus adonidum (9-17), P. brevipes (7-465), P. citri (12-54), P. maritimus 
(8-14), Rhizoglyphus hyacinthi (9-61), Rhizopertha dominica (3-69), Rhopalosi- 
phum pseudobrassicae (3-95), Saissetia hemisphaerica (19-160), S. nigra (7-32), 
S. oleae (11-30), Selenaspidus articulatus (12-23), Sitophilus oryza (13-68), Sito- 
troga cerealella (6-24), Tenebroides mauritanicus (7-26), Thrips tabaci (13-291), 
Tribolium castaneum (12-39), T. confusum (2-28), and Typhaea stercorea (6-70). 

In addition to the listed species of common insects, there were 5,100 inter- 
ceptions belonging to 678 different spec'es which were not deemed to be of sufficient 
importance from the plant-quarantine viewpoint to warrant listing them by 
species. Total of insects included in this paragraph, 24,044. 

DISEASES 

Common plant diseases intercepted 10 or more times, and recorded, included 
Actinomyces scabies (32-203), Albugo Candida (2-72), Alternaria solani (2-190), 
A. tomato (2-1,991), Aplanobacter michiganense (1-31), Aspergillus niger (27-383), 
Bacillus carotovorus (9-29), Bacterium marginatum (5-13), B. phaseoli (2—58), B. 
punctilans (1-199), B. vesicatorium (5-2,468), Botrytis cinerea (16-86), B. tulipae 
(1-16), Capnodium citri (8-13), Cephalothecium roseum (12-63), Ceralostomella 
adiposum (2-20), C. fimbriata (2-41), C. paradoxa (18-269), Cercospora beticola. 
(3-774), C. rosicola (1-63), Cladosporium cucumerinum (1-13), C. fulvum (2-175), 
Colletoirichum circinans (3-256), C. gloeosporioides (13-668), C. lindemuthianum 
(10-148), C. orchidearum (5-30), C. phomoides (1-25), Cylindrosporium chrysan- 
themi (1-12), Diaporlhe phaseolorum (1—11), Diplocarpon rosae (4-37), Diplodia 
natalensis (21-49), Elsinoe fawcettii (13-45), E. phaseoli (2-387), Erysiphe graminis 
(3-45), E. polygoni (2-62), Fusarium moniliforme (2-10), Gloeosporium limetti- 
colum (9-149), G. musarum (4-32), Glomerella cingulata (8-58), Helminthosporium 
allii (3-149), H. sativum (3-29), Heterodera marioni (15-17), Mycosphaerella 
pinodes (4-23), Oospora lactis parasitica (5-67), Penicillium digital um (12-30), 
P. italicum (9-17), Pesialozzia guepini (4-15), Phoma destructiva (4-50). Pho- 
mopsis cnri (21-138), P. vexans (5-427), Phytophthora infestans (6-80), P. ierrestria 
(2-319), Puccinia allii (8-18), P. chrysanthemi (1-10), P. graminis (20-53), P. 
porrii (4-19), P. rubigo-vera (13-53), P. tageticola (1-23), Pucciniopsis caricae 
(3-55). Pyihium debaryanum (1-24), Rhizoctonia bataticola (2-16), R. solani 
(18-706), Rhizopus nigricans (23-590), Sclerolinia sclerotiorum (8-17), Scleroiium 
oryzae (12-55), S. rolfsii (3-17), Septoria apii (7-10), Sphaceloma perseae (3-418), 
Spondylocladium atrovirens (15-52), Uromyces phaseoli typica (2-51). Vsiilago 
zeae (2-16). Venturia inaequalis (16-41), V. pyrina (3-19), and ~\'erticillium 
cinnabar ina (12-41). 



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In addition to the listed species of common diseases, there were 212 intercep- 
tions belonging to 83 different species which were intercepted less than 10 times 
each. Total of diseases included in this paragraph, 13,071. 

INCOMPLETELY DETERMINED PESTS 

Many insects and pathogens are in such a condition that no accurate determi- 
nation is possible Others are new to science or belong in species not represented 
in the collections of authoritative material and are not described in sufficient 
detail to make positive determinations possible. 

INSECTS 

Among the incompletely determined insects were a number of fruitflies. Ana- 
strepha sp., probably fralerculus (Wied.), was intercepted at Baltimore, Mobile, 
and New York in grapefruit, guava, mango, and orange in baggage, quarters, 
and stores from Argentina, Brazil, Trinidad, and Venezuela. Anastrepha sp., 
probably ludens (Lw.) was taken at Laredo in orange and corn in baggage from 
Mexico. Anastrepha sp., probably mombinpraeoptans Sein, was intercepted at 
New Orleans and New York in mango in baggage from Honduras and Puerto 
Rico. Anastrepha sp., probably serpentina (Wied.), was taken at Boston in 
grapefruit in stores from Argentina. Anastrepha sp. was intercepted at Boston, 
Brownsville, El Paso, Laredo, and New Orleans in grapefruit, guava, mango, 
sapote, and Spondias mombin in baggage and stores from Argentina, Canal Zone, 
Mexico, and Trinidad. Ceratitis sp. was taken at Boston and Philadelphia in 
grapefruit and orange in stores from the Union of South Africa. Epochra sp. 
was intercepted at El Paso in currant in baggage from Mexico. X anthaciura sp. 
was intercepted at New York in Ageratum sp. in baggage from Jamaica. Four 
interceptions which could not be identified beyond family (Euribiidae) were 
made at Calexico, Calif., El Paso, Inspection House in Washington, D. C., and 
New Orleans in Agaricus campestris, Elaeagnus sp., and Ribes sp., and under box 
of fruit on deck of ship, from Cuba, Iran, and Mexico. 

The following thrips could be identified to genus only: Diceratolhrips sp. 
intercepted at Brownsville and Laredo on pineapple in cargo from Mexico; 
Hoplandrothrips sp. intercepted at Brownsville, Inspection House in Washing- 
ton, D. C, Honolulu, and San Francisco on Cattleya spp., kapok, Oncidium vari- 
cosum, unnamed orchid, Phalaenopsis leucorrhoda, pineapple, Prunus sp., and 
Vanda luzonica in cargo and mail from Brazil, Canal Zone, Colombia, Japan, 
Mexico, and Philippines; Isochaetoihrips sp. intercepted at Brownsville on Cape- 
jasmine in baggage and cargo from Mexico; Karnyothrips sp. intercepted at San 
Francisco on Oncidium ornilhorhynchum in cargo from Guatamala; Neurothrips 
sp. intercepted at Brownsville on pineapple in cargo from Mexico. 

The following whiteflies could be identified to genus only: Aleurocanthus sp. 
intercepted at New Orleans on dry leaves in mail from British Honduras; Aleu- 
rodicus sp. intercepted at Brownsville on orchid in baggage from Mexico; Aleuro- 
paradoxus sp. intercepted at Inspection House in Washington, D. C, on Eugenia 
cauliflora in cargo from Brazil; Aleurothrixus sp. intercepted at Brownsville on 
Cape- jasmine in baggage from Guatemala; Aleurotrachelus sp. intercepted at 
Hoboken, New York, and San Francisco on bromeliad, Laurus nobilis, orchid, 
and Tillandsia sp. in cargo, mail, and stores from Brazil, Costa Rica, and Guate- 
mala; Tetralicia sp. intercepted at Nogales on oak leaf in baggage from Mexico. 

In addition to the foregoing incompletely identified insects, the following mis- 
cellaneous insects were intercepted: Ambia sp., probably fulvitinctatis Hamps. 
(Pyraustidae), was intercepted at Brownsville in an airplane from Guatemala. 
Apsilocephala sp. (Therevidae) (new to the Museum collection) was intercepted at 
El Paso in mustard in cargo from Mexico. Aspidobothrys sp. (Miridae) was inter- 
cepted at Hoboken and San Francisco on Cattleya mossiae, Cattleya sp., and un- 
named orchid in cargo from Colombia and Venezuela. Autographa sp., probably 
brassicae Riley, was taken at Brownsville in string bean in baggage from Mexico. 
Aximogaster sp. (Eurytomidae) was intercepted at Hoboken on orchid in cargo 
from Colombia and Venezuela. Bruchus sp., probably flexicaulis (Schaeffer) 
(Bruchidae), was intercepted at Brownsville in ebony bean in baggage from 
Mexico. Bruchus sp., probably guttalis Rey. (Bruchidae), was taken at New 
Orleans and New York in vetch seed in cargo from Brazil and Portugal. Bytho- 
scopus sp., probably rufoscutellatus (Baker) (Cicadellidae), was intercepted at 
Laredo on feverfew in baggage from Mexico. Calendra sp., perhaps phoeniciensis 
Chttn. (Curculionidae), was intercepted at El Paso in radish in cargo from Mexico. 



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Ceutorhynchus sp., probably quadridens Panz. (Curculionidae) , was taken at Xew 
York in cabbage in stores from England. Chilo sp. (Crambidae) was intercepted 
at Calexico, Calif.,, on lemon grass and sugarcane in baggage from Mexico. Cono- 
trachelus sp., near similis Boh. (Curculionidae), was intercepted at Portland, Oreg., 
in sapote in quarters from Cuba. The termite Coptotermes sp. was taken at Port- 
land, Oreg., in taro in cargo from China. Curculio sp., probably elephas (Gyll.) 
(Curculionidae), was intercepted at Philadelphia in chestnut in stores from Spain. 
Cylas sp., probably femoralis Faust (Curculionidae), was taken in sweetpotato at 
Baltimore in stores from Gold Coast, Africa. Cylindrocopturus sp., near adspersus 
(Lee.) (Curculionidae), was intercepted at Brownsville in Agave sp. in baggage 
from Mexico. Gonatas sp. (Lygaeidae) was taken at Hoboken with Cattleya sp. 
in cargo from Venezuela. Heliodines sp., probably bella (Chamb.) (Heliodinidae), 
was intercepted at El Paso and Xogales in pepper, purslane, and Swiss chard in 
baggage from Mexico. Homoeosoma sp.. probably electellum (Hist.) (Phycitidae), 
was intercepted at Brownsville on chrysanthemum in cargo from Mexico. Mar- 
mara sp. (Gracilariidae) was intercepted at Brownsville, Hidalgo, Xew York, and 
Nogales in avocado, grapefruit, orange, and pepper in baggage, cargo, and stores 
from Mexico and Trinidad. Merodon sp. (Syrphidae) was taken at Hoboken and 
San Francisco in Gladiolus sp. and narcissus bulb in baggage and mail from Canada 
and Turkey. Xcodryoccetes sp. (Scolytidae) was intercepted at Xew York in 
Erythrina sp. seed in cargo from Trinidad. Xeolecanium sp. (Coccidae) was 
intercepted at Laredo on Cereus sp. in cargo from Mexico. Neopithophthorus sp. 
(Scolytidae) was taken at Xew York in wood in cargo from Mexico. Scolytus 
sp. (Scolytidae) was intercepted at Xew York in elm in cargo from England. 
Tinea sp" (Tineidae) was intercepted at Xew York on mushroom in cargo from 
China. 

In addition to the incompletely determined insects listed above, there were 6,275 
interceptions which could be identified to genus only. These were distributed 
among 714 genera. A total of 198 could be determined to family, subfamily, or 
tribe only. Total of insects included in this paragraph, 6,773. 

DISEASES 

Of the partially determined plant disease interceptions which were recognized 
to be unusual more than half (mostly on orchids) were found on material offered 
for entry for propagation. Those on orchids included Collectotriehum sp., with 
spores too narrow for C. orchidearum All., on Odontoglossum hybrids from England; 
Coniothyrium sp., with spores larger than in any species reported on orchids, on 
Epidendrum aurantiacum from Guatemala; Gloeosporium sp., with spores longer 
than those or G. cypripedii Verpl. (the only species reported for the host genus), on 
Cypripedium callosum from Thailand; Gloeosporium sp., no species recorded on the 
host genus, on Trichopilia tortilis from Guatemala; Microthyrium sp., no previous 
reports found for orchids, on Epidendrum sp. from Mexico; Mycogone sp., no spe- 
cies reported on orchids, on Cattleya sp. from Brazil: Phyllosticta sp., unlike any 
species described on orchids, on Cattleya sp. from Brazil, Cypripedium sp. from 
England, Dendrobium phalaenopsis from the Philippines, and Schomburgkia hum- 
boldtii from Venezuela; Scolecopeltidium sp., or a related form in this imperfectly 
known group of fly-speck fungi, on orchids from Brazil; and Uredo sp. (no rust 
has been reported for the host genus) on Miltonia vexilans from Mexico. 

Other partly determined pathogens on material for propagation included 
Glomerella sp. (no species reported on host genus) on Stenosper motion sessile (a 
climber of the arum family) from Guatemala; Phyllosticta sp., unlike any described 
species, found on ash (Fraxinus ornus) seed from Italy; Pratylenchus n. sp., a new 
nematode, found in a Lilium longiflorum bulb from Cuba; and Pestalozzia sp. (no 
species found reported on the genus) on Marica coerulea grandiflora (an iris 
relative) from Costa Rica. 

While material entered for consumption does not represent such acute danger 
as propagation material, there is often a possibility that such material may be so 
handled as to permit escape and establishment of accompanying pests and 
diseases. Among the partially determined fungi found on material in the con- 
sumption entry class were Cercospora sp., possibly the same one found on this host 
in Florida, on avocados from Mexico; Cercospora sp. on husk tomato from Mexico; 
Gloeosporium sp., no species described for host genus, on cattails used to pack fish 
from Mexico; Sphaeropsis sp., closely resembling the apple black rot pathogen 
(S. malorum), on a pine cone from Mexico; Sphaeropsis sp., so determined although 
it did not have the characters of the genus, on Citrus medica from Palestine; 
Ophiobolus sp., not 0. graminis, on grass from Liberia; Rosellinia sp. on wild grass 



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from Mexico; Phoma sp., a doubtful determination, on Passiflora edulis in air 
baggage from the Azores; Puccinia sp., unlike rusts reported for the host, on 
Phragmites communis from Mexico; Phyllosticta sp., spores apparently too small 
for P. lagerstroemiae, on crapemyrtle from Mexico; Phyllosticta sp., no species 
reported on host, on Lawsonia inermis (henna) from Anglo-Egyptian Sudan; and 
Ceratophorum sp., unlike C. setosum which causes a leaf disease of legumes, on 
Erythroxylon coca (cocaine tree) in several shipments from Peru. 

A total of 6,564 partially determined pathogens from inspected materials were 
recorded during the year. These pathogens represented 113 genera. 

ENTOMOGENOUS FUNGI 

Collections of entomogenous fungi reported during the year included Acrosto- 
lagmus albus on aphids on a radish in stores from Puerto Rico; Aschersonia sp. on 
unnamed host on a citrus leaf from Puerto Rico; Cephalosporium lecanii Zimm. on 
Coccus acuminatus on Cape-jasmine from Canal Zone and Cuba and on gardenia 
from Costa Rica and Panama, on Coccus viridis on Cape-jasmine from Cuba (13) 
and Venezuela and on gardenia from Cuba (2), and on Protopulvinaria pyriformis 
on gardenia from Costa Rica; Myriangium duriaei Mont. & Berk, on Lepidosaphf-s 
beckii on citrus from Bahamas and Dominican Republic: and Nectria diploa on 
Lepidosaphes beckii on grapefruit from Bahamas, Cuba (2), Honduras (2) and 
Puerto Rico, on orange from Bahamas and Cuba (2) , on sweet lemon from Cuba, 
on lime from Puerto Rico, and on citrus leaf from Cuba; on L. gloverii on citrus 
leaf from Cuba; on Selenaspidus articulatus on grapefruit from Honduras and 
Puerto Rico. 



Geographic summary of interceptions listed in main table and interception totals 


Country 


Insects 


Diseases 


Country 


Insects 


Diseases 


Africa: 

Africa . 


Number 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
6 

47 
2 
2 
9 

14 

137 

1 

1 

2 

10 

9 
5 

1 
60 
12 


41 

1 

1 

7 
1 

77 
2 
6 
4 
1 
1 
7 
1 

38 
4 
4 
2 
1 


Number 
1 






2 
1 
7 

8 


2 

42 



4 

6 
1 

1 
2 
1 

10 



3 

38 

3 

1 
2 


5 


4 



Europe— Continued. 

Turkev 


Number 



3 

16 
1 


1 

27 

16 

67 

21 

7 



8,622 



1 

6 

35 

3 

399 

1 

7 

1 

14 

19 



60 
1 
2 
2 
21 
4 

18 
72 

5 
60 



6 
15 

1 
63 




Nu mber 
1 




Yugoslavia 


1 


British East Africa 

Canary Islands 


North America: 


4 


Egypt 




5 


Ethiopia . . ... 


British Columbia 


1 


Gold Coast 


1 


Kenva _.. . 


Central A.merica: 

British Honduras 




Medeira Islands- . 


o 


Union of South Africa 


4 


Asia: 


Costa Rica ... ..- 


38 


China 




14 


Chosen -_ . 




2 


French Indo-China 




1 


India . . .. .. 




1 




Mexico 


498 


Japan .. 


3 


Malava (British) . 


West Indies 

American Virgin Is- 
lands 

Bahamas 

Barbados 

Cuba 

Dominica 

Dominican Republic- 
Guadeloupe 

Haiti 





Palestine .. 




Straits Settlements 

Thailand 



2 


Australasia : 



74 


Dutch East Indies 




o 


Hawaii.. .. 


1 


Java 


25 


New Zealand . 


18 


Philippines .. . 






Queensland . . 




5 


Sumatra 


St. Lucia. 

St. Vincent . . ... 


o 


Europe: 





Azores 


Tahiti 


o 


Belgium 




2 


England . ... 


Virgin Islands. -. 

South America: 


1 


Europe 




France-.. .. 


8 


Greece 




12 


Hungary ... 


Chile 




Ireland . 


4 


Colombia -.. 




Italy 


3 




Dutch Guiana 


1 




Ecuador.. . -.. .. 







Peru 


3 




Uruguay 


1 




Venezuela 


5 


Switzerland 


Unknown 


1 



SERVICE AXD REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 

Geographic summary of interceptions listed in main table and interception totals- 
Continued 



Country 


Insects 


Diseases 


Country 


Insects 


Diseases 


Total: 

Africa . 


Nu ruber 

13 

225 

130 

156 

9,357 

240 




Number 
11 
56 
21 
58 
701 i 

*\ 


Total— Continued. 

Total (common pests, 
p. 3) 


Number 
24, 044 

6,773 
"~40,~938~ 






13,071 




Total (incompletely 
determined pests, 
p. 4) 










6,564 
30 


South America.. .. 


Entomogenous fungi.. _ 
Total insects 










20,550 
61,488 


Total 


10, 121 


885 


Grand total . . .. 











Note.— In addition to the countries named above, interceptions including those of common pests (p. 3) 
and of incompletely determined pests (p. 4) were made from Afghanistan, Anglo-Egyptain Sudan, 
Arabia, Batavia, Bolivia, British Guiana, British West Indies, Cape Verde Islands, Cook Islands, East 
Indies, Guernsey, Kahatola Islet (near Philippines), Liberia. Manchuria, Midway, Mozambique, Nevis, 
Nigeria, St. Kitts, Salvador, Sierra Leone, Surinam, Tonga Island, Transvaal, and Wales. 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 80, 1941, inclusive 
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] 



Insect and host 



Acanthoderes circumflexa Jac. Duv. (Cer- 
ambycidae) : 

Tabebuia donnell-smithii (privamera).. 
Acanthoscelides armitagei (Pic.) (Bruchi- 
dae): 

Cajanus indicus (pigeonpea) 

Aconthoscelides dominicanus (Jekel) (Bru- 
chidae) : 

Caesalpinia coriaria (divi-riivi) 

Aconthoscelides flexicaulis (Schaeffer) (Bru- 
chidae) : 
Pithecollobium flexicaule (ebony 
bean). 
Aconthoscelides sallaei (Sharp) (Bruchi- 
dae): 

Acacia farnesiana 

Acroleucus t alius (Stal) (Lygaeidae): 

Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 

Acroleucus vicinalis Dist. (Lygaeidae): 

Ananas sativus (pineapple) 

Orchid 

Aeolus dorsalis (Say) (Elateridae): 

Allium cepa (onion) 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Aganectesis indecora Dyar (Galleriidae): 

Cassia fistula (golden-shower) 

Agromyza salicis Malloch (Agromyzidae): 

Salix sp. (willow) 

Aleurocanthus uoglumi Ashby (Aleyro- 
didae) : 

Citrus aurantifolia (lime) 

Citrus aurantium (sour orange) 

Aleuroplatus myricae Q. & B. (?) (Aleyro- 
didae): 

Pyrola sp 

Aleurothrivus houardi (Quaint.) (Aleyro- 
didae) : 

Citrus limonia (lemon) 

Aleyrodes spiraeoides (Quaint.) (Aleyro- 
didae) : 

Linum sp. (flax) 

Allocoris incognita McA. & M. (Cydni- 
dae): 

Antirrhinum majus (snapdragon) 

Rosa sp 

Alpheias conspirata Hein. (Galleriidae): 
Ananas sativus (pineapple). 



Country of origin 



Guatemala. 
Venezuela.. 
Colombia.. 
Mexico 



.do 



.....do 

Dominica, Panama. 
Canada 



Cuba 

Bahamas- 



Canada. 



Cuba... 

Canada. 



Mexico. 
....do- 



do. 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Sa 



Prop- 



Collected in — 



N. Y. 

D. C. 
Mass. 
Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Mass., N. Y, 

N.J. 



Fla.' 
Md. 



Mass. 
Fla.* 
Wash. 



Ariz. 
Ariz. 



Tex. 



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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 



Non- 
entry 



Prop 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in- 



Amorbia emigrate! la Busck (Tortricidae) : 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato)... 

Amphicerus cornutus (Pallas) (Bostrichi- 
dae): 

C actus 

Daucus car ota (carrot) 

Ficus carica (fig) '. 

Reed packing crate 

Sambucus sp 

Amphorophora rhododendri (Wlsn.) (A- 
phiidee): 
Rhododendron sp 

Anacentrinus deplanatus Csy. (Curcu- 
lionidae) : 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Zinnia sp 

Anaphothrips orchidaceous Bagn. (Thrip- 
idae) : 

Cymbidium sp. (orchid) 

Dendrobium sp. (orchid) 

Ly caste skinneri alba (orchid) 

Odontoglossum sp. (orchid) 

Orchid 

Anaphothrips orchidii (Mlt.) (Thripidae): 
Amaryllis sp 

Anastrepha fraterculus (Wied.) (Euribii- 
dae): 

Citrus grandis (grapefruit) 

Anastrepha ludens (Lw.) (Euribiidae): 

Amygdalus per ska (peach) 

Casimiroa edulis (white sapote) 

Citrus grandis (grapefruit) 

Citrus limetta (sweet lime) 

Citrus sinensis (orange) 

Cydonia obtonga (quince) 

Malus sylvestris (apple) 

Manaifera indica (mango) 

Persea americana (avocado)... 

Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans Sein 
(Euribiidae): 
Mangifera indica (mango).... 



Mexico. 
.. ...do- 



Canada _ 



Mexico. 
.... do- 



England-.. 

— do 

Guatemala- 
England... 
Venezuela- 



Madeira Island? 



Argentina, Trinidad. 



Mexico. 

do.. 

....do.. 



Psidium guajara (guava) 

Spondias cytherea (golden-apple) 

Anastrepha serpentina (Wied.) (Euri- 
biidae): 

Citrus grandis (grapefruit) 

Mammea americana (mamey) 

Mangifera indica (mango)... 

Sapote 

Anastrepha suspensa (Lw.) (Euribiidae): 

Citrus grandis (grapefruit) 

Psidium guajava (guava) 

In bag of guavas and genips 

Anoplium truncatum (Hald.) (Ceram- 
bycidae): 
Prosopis sp . (mesquite) 

Anthonomus scutellaris Lee. (Curculioni- 
dae): 

Prunus domestica (plum) 

Anthonomus raripes Duval (Curculionidae): 
Solarium melongena (eggplant) 

Antonina crawii Ckll. (Coccidae): 

Arundinaria sp 

Bambusa tulda 

Indocalamus herklotsii 

Indocalamus nanunicus 

Sinobambusa laeta 

Sinobambusa tootsii 

Antonina indica Green (Coccidae): 

Digitaria sp 

Antonina tobai Kuw. (Coccidae): 

Arundinaria hindsi (ramrod bamboo). 



American Virgin Is- 
lands, Cuba, Domini- 
can Republic, Haiti, 
Jamaica, Panama, 
Puerto Rico. 

Puerto Rico.. 

....do 



Trinidad-. 

Mexico 

Colombia. 
Mexico 



Haiti 

Cuba, Puerto Rico. 
Puerto Rico 



Mexico. 



do. 



Cuba. 



Japan 

Puerto Rico. 

China 

...-do 



Philippines. 
China 



114 
1 
2 
15 
10 



Tex. 

Ariz. 



Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Ariz. 

n. y. 



Wash. 



Tex. 
Tex. 



Calif. 
N.J. 
N.J. 

N.J. 
Tex. 

N. Y. 



Mass. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

N. Y., Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 



Fla.*, Md., N. 
Y., Pa., P. 
R.,Tex.,Va. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



Ala., Ls 
Tex. 
Pa. 
Tex. 



N. Y. 
Fla.*, 
N. Y. 



Tex. 



Tex. 

N. Y. 

D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 

Hawaii. 

D. C. 



N. Y. 



SERVICE AXD REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 9 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop' 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in— 



Anuraphis apiifo/ia Theo. (Aphiidae): 
Apium gra'eolens (celery) ... 

Anuraphis tulipae (Fonsc.) (Aphiidae): 

Tinridio sp 

7 ul'.pa sp 

Anypsipyla unirilella Dyar (Phycitidae) : 
Samanea soman (rain-tree) 

Aonidia lauri (Bouche) (Coccidae): 

Lavrus nobilis (Grecian laurel) 

Aonidiella comperei McK. (Coccidae): 
Vitis sp. (grape) 

Aonidiella eugeniae (Hempel) (Coccidae): 
Eugenia caulifloro (jaboticaba) 

Aonidiella inornata McK. (Coccidae): 
Cnrdyline terminalis (dracena) 

Apatides forfis (Lee.) (Bostrichidae): 

Prosopis sp. (mesquite) 

Aphalaroida inermis Crawf. (Psyllidae): 
Spinacia oleracea (spinach) 

Aphis bambusae Full. (Aphiidae): 

Ph yllostach ys sp 

Apion longirostre Oliv. (Curculionidae): 
Malta sp 

Apion pomonae (F.) (Curculionidae): 
Vicia sp. (vetch) . 

Artipus floridanus Horn (Curculionidae): 
Medicogo sativa (alfalfa) 

Aspidiotus coryphae Ckll. & Rob. (Cocci- 
dae): 

Dendrobium schuetzei (orchid) 

Aspidiotus degeneratus (Leon) (Coccidae): 
Camellia japonica (camellia) 

Aspidiotus destructor Sign. (Coccidae): 

Amygdalus communis (almond) 

Annona reticulata (custard-apple) 

Annona sp 

Aucuba sp 

Carica papaya (papaya) 

Cocos n ucifera (coconut) 

Cymbidium sp. (orchid) 

Musa sp. (banana) 

Palm 

Per sea americana (avocado) 

Roystonea regia (royal palm) 

Terminalia catappa (tropical almond). 

Aspidiotus diffinis Xewst. (Coccidae): 
Spondias mombin (jobo) 

Aspidiotus houardi Ckll. (Coccidae): 

Persea americana (avocado) 

Aspidiotus palmae Ckll. (Coccidae): 

Dendrobium sp. (orchid) 

Musa sp. (banana) 

Aspidiotus spinosus Comst. (Coccidae): 

Attalea cohune (cohune palm) 

Laurus nobilis (Grecian laurel) 

Mammea americana (mamey) 

Persea americana (avocado) 

Roystonea regia (royal palm) 

Aspidiotus tsugae Marl. (Coccidae): 

Tsuga sp. (hemlock) 

Aster olecanium aureum (Bdv.) (Cocci- 
dae): 

Cattleya dowiana (orchid) 

Cattleya sp 



Portugal 

Metherlands. 
Canada, Engl 



Ecuador 

Greece, Italy 

Haiti 

Brazil. 

Hawaii 

Mexico 



.do 



China 

Iran... 

Argentina. 
Bahamas.. 



Philippines. 
Japan 



Bahamas 

Puerto Rico 

do 

Japan ... 

Mexico 

Cuba. Fiji Islands. 

England 

Cuba 

do 

do 



Mexico. 
do.. 



Philippines. 
Honduras ._ 



.do. 



Brazil 

Cuba 

____do-_- 

Honduras. 



Japan. 



Epidendrum ciliare (orchid) 

Epidendrum sp 

Oncidium kramerianum (orchid) 

Oncidium tigrinum 

Oncidium sp 

Orchid 

Trichopilia sp. (orchid) 

Aster olecanium bambusae (Bdv.) (Cocci- 
dae): 

Bambusa tulda 

Bambusa sp.. 



Canal Zone, Costa Rica. 
Brazil, Colombia, Costa 
Rica, Venezuela. 

Costa Rica. 

Haiti 

Costa Rica 

Mexico 

Trinidad 

Brazil, Cuba, Venezuela. 
Costa Rica.. 



Puerto Rico. 
Cuba 



N. Y. 

D. C. 

N.Y.,Wash. 

D. C. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

D. C. 

Calif.* 

Tex. 

Ariz. 

D. C. 

D. C. 

Ala. 

Fla.* 

Hawaii.* 

D. C., Wash. 

Fla.* 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Calif.* 

La. 

Fla.*, Hawaii.* 

N.J. 

Fla.* 

Fla.* 

Fla.* 

Fla.* 

Fla.* 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Calif.* 

Fla.* 

D.C. 
N. Y. 

Fla.* 
Fla.* 
D. C. 

Wash. 



N.J. 

Calif.*, 
X. J. 
N.J. 
D. C. 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 
N.J. 
N.J. 



D.C. 
N. Y. 



D. C. 



467458—42- 



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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 

i 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop, 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in — 



Aster olecanium bambusicola Kuw. (Coc- 
cidae) : 

Bambusa sp 

Asterol canium miliaris (Bdv.) (Coccidae): 

Bambusa sp 

Asterolecanium miliaris longum (Green) 
(Coccida^): 

Bamboo 

Asterolecanium pustulans (Ckll.) (Cocci- 
dae): 

Chrysomphyllum cainito (star-apple) . . 

Eugenia alba 

Hibiscus sp 

Nerium oleander (oleander) 

Theobroma cacao (cacao) 

Ataenius abditus Horn (Scarabaeidae) : 

Zea mays (corn) 

Ataenius cribrithorax Bts. (Scarabaeidae): 

Soil 

Ataxia hubbardi Fisher (Cerambycidae) : 

Vegetables 

Atheas fuscipes Champ. (Tingitidae): 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Aufeius impressicollis Stal (Coreidae) : 

Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato) 

Aulacaspis mangiferae Newst. (Coccidae): 

Mangifera indica (mango) 

Aulonium bidentatum (F.) (Colydiidae): 

Swietenia mahogani (mahogany) 

Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera) .. 
Baldulus elimatus (Ball) (Cicadellidae): 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Baldulus maidis (DeL. & W.) (Cicadelli- 
dae): 

Zea mays (corn) 

Barathra brassicae (L.) (Phalaenidae): 

Brassica oleracea capitata (cabbage) - . . 
Brachyrhinus armadillo Rossi (Curculioni- 
dae): 

Fuchsia sp 

Brachyrhinus ovatus L. (Curculionidae): 

Dianthus sp. (carnation) 

Brachyrhinus rugosostriatus Goeze (Cur- 
culionidae): 

Unidentified plant root 

Brentus anchorago L. (Brentidae): 

Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera).. 
Brentus mexicanus Boh. (Brentidae): 

Cedrus sp. (cedar) 

Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera).. 
Brochymena sulcata Van D. (Pentatomi- 
dae): 

Beta vulgaris (beet) 

Daucus carota (carrot) 

Brontes australis Er. (Cucujidae): 

Juglans sp. (walnut) 

Bruchidius incarnatus (Boh.) (Bruchidae): 

Vicia faba (f ava bean) 

Bruchidius versicolor (Boh.) (Bruchidae): 

Podalyria argentea 

Bruchus affinis Froh. (Bruchidae) : 

Lathyrus latifolius (perennial pea) 

Bruchus dentipes (Baudi) (Bruchidae): 

Vicia faba (f ava bean) 

Bruchus dentipes ochraceosignatus Heyden 
(Bruchidae) : 

Vicia hybrida (vetch) 

Bruchus hamatus Miller (Bruchidae): 

Unidentified seed (forage plant) 

Bruchus lentis Froh. (Bruchidae): 

Lens sp 

Bruchus luteicornis 111. (Bruchidae): 

Vicia sp 

Bruchus ramicornis Er. (Bruchidae): 

Vigna sinensis (cowpca) 



China. 
Cuba. 



Guatemala. 



Bahamas. 
Hawaii.-. 

do... 

Bahamas. 
Cuba 



Mexico. 



Cuba. 



Mexico. 
.....do- 



do.... 

Trinidad- 



Honduras.. 
Guatemala. 



Mexico. 



do.... 

England . 

Italy—.. 
Canada. . 



do 

Guatemala- 



Honduras 

Guatemala, Mexico. 



Mexico . 
do- 



Australia 

Egypt 

Union of South Africa- 
England 

Iran 



.do. 



do. 



..... do- 
France . 
Brazil.. 



D. C. 

N. Y. 

Mass. 

Fla.* 

Calif.* 

Calif.* 

Fla.* 

Fla.* 

Ariz. 

N. Y. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 

Mass., N. Y. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Tex. 

Tex. 
Pa. 

N. Y. 

Wash. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 
La., N. Y. 

Calif. 
Calif. 

Va. 

N. Y. 

Calif.* 
111. 
D. C. 

D. C. 
D. C. 
D.C. 
111., La. 
D. C. 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 11 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June SO, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop 
aga- 
tioh 



Collected in- 



Bruchus rufipes Hbst. (Bruchidae): 
Vicia sp 



Bruchus tristiculus Fahr. (Bruchidae): 

Lathyrus odoratus (sweet pea) 

Cacoscelis scriptipennis Jac. (Chrysomeli- 
dae): 

Orchid 

Callidium rufipenne Motsch. (Cerambyci- 
dae): 

Lilium auratum (goldband lily) 

On packing case 

CaUirhiniis metallescens Bl. (Scarabaeidae) 

In automobile 

Callosobruchus ademptus (Sharp) (Bruchi- 
dae): 
Pueraria thunbergiana (kudzu) 



France, Greece, Rumania 



Portugal. 



Mexico . 



Japan. 
do- 



Mexieo. 



Chosen, Japan. 



Callosobruchus analis (F.) (Bruchidae): 

Phaseolus aureus (mung bean) 

Phaseolus sp. (string bean) 

Vign asp 

Callosobruchus chinensis (L.) (Bruchidae): 

Bean 

Cajanus indicus (pigeon pea) 

Cicer arietinum (chickpea) .. 

Phaseolus angularis (adzuki) 

Phaseolus aureus (mung bean) 

Phaseolus radiatus •_ 

Callosobruchus maculatus(F.) (Bruchidae) 

Allium cepa (onion) 

Cicer arietinum (chickpea) 

Phaseolus aureus (mung bean) 

Vigna sinensis (cowpea) 

Vigna sp 

Calymmaderus oblongus (Gorh.) (Anobi- 
idae) : 

Cephalocereus senilis (oldman cactus) . 

Calymmus cucullatus'Pase. (Tenebrionidae): 
Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Caryedon fuscus (Goeze) (Bruchidae): 
Tamarindus indica (tamarind) 

Catorhintha guttula (F.) (Coreidae): 

Brassica rapa (turnip) 

Caulophilus latinasus (Say) (Curculioni- 
dae): 

Cicer arietinum (garbanzo) r 

Zingiber officinale (ginger) 

Caulotops agavis Reut. (Miridae): 

Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss chard) 

Celama sorghiella (Riley) (Nolidae): 

Zea mays (corn) 

Centrinaspis picumnus Hbst. (Curculioni- 
dae): 
Dahlia sp 

Ceratitis capitata (Wied.) (Euribiidae): 

Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tangerine) 

Citrus sinensis (orange) 

Coffea sp 

Ficus carica (fig) 

Malus sylvestris (apple) 

Mangifera indica (mango) 

Pyrus communis (pear) 

litis sp. (grape) 

Ceratocapsus cubanus Bergroth (Miridae): 
Brassica chinensis (white greens) 

Ceratocapsus fuscosignatus Kngt. (Miri- 
dae): 
Zea mays (corn) 

Ceratocapsus punctulatus (Reut.) (Miri- 
dae): 
Brassica rapa (turnip) 

Ceratopus bisignatus Boh. (Curculionidae): 
Musa sp. (banana) 

Ceroplastes ceriferus (And.) (Coccidae): 
Camellia sasanqua (sasanqua tea) 



China- 
Japan. 
Iran... 



Japan 

Puerto Rico. 

India 

China 

Philippines . 
China 



Mexico 

do.... 

Philippines 

Brazil, Venezuela. 
Iran 



Mexico 

Guatemala. 

Hawaii 

Mexico 



do. 

China. 



Mexico. 
..-do.. 



.do. 



Portugal. 

Brazil 

Hawaii 

Azores 

Portugal, Queensland. 

Hawaii 

Canary Islands 

Azores 



Cuba.. 

Mexico. 

do.. 

do.. 

Japan.. 



N. J., N. Y. 
Wash. 



La. 



Tex. 



Calif.* 
Calif.* 



Tex. 



111., Md., N. 
Y., Wash. 

Ga. 
Wash. 
D. C. 

Calif.* 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Ga. 
Wash. 

Ariz. 

N. Y., Tex. 

Ga. 

D. C. 

D. C. 



N.J. 
N.J. 
Calif. ' 
Tex. 



Tex. 

111. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Ariz. 

N. Y. 
La. 

Calif.* 

N. Y. 

N.Y.,Wash. 

Calif.* 

Md. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 



Tex. 

Tex. 

La. 

Calif. 



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List of pests collected and reported from July. 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop- 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in- 



Ceroplastes floridensis Comst. (Coccidae): 

Camellia japonica (camellia) 

Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 

Ceroplastes rubens Mask. (Coccidae): 

Alyria olivaeformis 

Anthurium sp 

Camellia japonica (camellia) 

Cocos nucifera (coconut) 

Magnolia salicifolia 

Ceroplastes rusci (L.) (Coccidae) 

Ficus carica (fig) 

Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma Marsh. (Cur- 
culionidae): 

Brassica campestris (rutabaga) 

Brassica rapa (turnip) ._ 



Japan.. 
Mexico. 

Hawaii. 
....do. 
Japan. . 
Hawaii. 
Japan. . 



Portugal. 



England. 
....do... 



Chaetococcus bambusae (Mask.) (Cocci- 
dae): 

Bamb7isa penariabilis- 

Bam busa texlilis 

Lingnania chungii 

Chaetopsis fulvifrons Macq. (Otitidae): 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Cholcolrpidius webbi Lee. (Elateridae) : 

Salix sp. (willow) 

Chelinidea canyoni Haml. (Coreidae): 

Astrophytum sp. (cactus) 

Chelinidea vittiger aequoris McA. (Core- 
idae) : 

Cactus 

Chermes nusslini (Borner) (Aphiidae): 

Abies sp. (fir) 

Chilo loftini Dyar (Crambidae): 

Saccharum officinarum (sugarcane) .. . 
Chilo simplex (Butler) (Crambidae): 

Oryza sativa (rice) 



China. 
....do. 
do. 



Mexico . 
....do.. 
do- 



....do 

Canada 

Mexico. 

China, Japan. 



Chionaspis elongrta Green (Coccidae): 
Arundinaria sp 

Chionaspis plctani Cooley (Coccidae): 
Platanus occidentalis (sycamore) 

Chionaspis wistariae Cooley (Coccidae) : 
Wisteria sp 

Chionaspis yanonensis (Kuw.) (Coccidae): 

Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tangerine) 

Citrus sinensis (orange) 

Chrysomphalus olienus (Newst.) (Coc- 
cidae) : 
Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Chrysomphalus bifasciculatus Ferris (Coc- 
cidae) : 
Citrus nobilis deliciosa (Mandarin 
orange) . 

Chrysomphalus biformis (Ckll.) (Coc- 
cidae) : 
Orchid 

Chrysomphalus perseae (Comst.) (Coc- 
cidae) : 
Leaf 

Chrysomphalus personatus (Comst.) (Coc- 
cidae) : 

Citrus aurantifolia (lime) 

Citruslimonia (lemon) 

Vriesia sp 

Chrysomphalus rossi Mask. (Coccidae): 

Dendrobium dearei (orchid) 

Eugenia smithii 

Phalaenopsis amobilis (orchid) 

Phrlnenopsis rphrodite (orchid) 

Phalaenopsis grandiflora (orchid) 

Phalaenopsis schilleriana (orchid) 

Trichoglnttis philippinensis (orchid) . . 

Chrysomphalus umboniferus Newst. (Coc- 
cidae) : 
Musa sp. (banana).. 



China.. 
Mexico. 
Japan.. 



Venezuela- 



Japan. 



Cuba. 



Colombia . 



Mexico. 
do.. 



Brazil. 



Philippines. 
Australia... 
Philippines. 

do 

do 

do 

do. 



Wash. 
Tex. 

Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Wash. 
Calif.* 
Wash. 

N. Y. 



Pa. 

Ga., Pa., Va. ( 
Tex. 



D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 

Ariz. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Tex. 

Wash. 

Calif. 

Calif.*, La. 
Md., Tex. 
Wash. 

D. C. 

Tex. 

Calif.* 

Calif.*, Wash. 
Calif.* 



Panama. 



D. C. 



Wash. 



Fla. 



Fla. 



Ariz. 
Ariz. 
N.J. 

Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 



Waf,h. 



SERVICE AND KEGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 



13 



List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 80, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in— 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop- 
aga- 
tion 



Collected i: 



Cinoratiijafilina (DelG.) (Aphiidae): 

Thuja sp 

Clerada apicicornis Sign. (Lygaeidae): 

Ananas sativus (pineapple) 

Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Cligenes picturata (Dist.) (Lygaeidae): 
Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Clytus arietis L. (Ccrambycidae): 

Ulmus sp. (elm) 

Coccotrypes dacfyliperda (F.) (Scolytidae): 

Phoen ix daciylifera (date) 

Phytelephas macrccarpa (ivory nut)_-_ 

Coccotrypes rolliniae Hopk. (Scolytidae) : 
Ptychosperma sp. (palm) 

Coccus viridis (Green) (Coccidae): 

Achras sapota (sapodilla) 

Citrus sinensis (orange) 

Coffeasp 

Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 



Japan. 



Cuba.,..: 
Colombia. 



Venezuela . 
England-. 



Mexico _. 
Ecuador. 



Cuba. 



Plumeria sp. (frangipani) 

Suietenia mahogani (mahogany) 

Colaspis viriditincta Schaeffer (Chryso- 
melidae) : 
Punka granatum (pomegranate) 

Colecerus marmoratus Horn (Curculi- 
onidae): 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Proscpis sp. (mesquite) 

Conchaspis agraeci Ckll. (Coccidae): 

Maxillaria sp. (orchid) 

Orchid 

Conoderus" bifoveatus Palis. (Elateridae): 
Brassica sp. (mustard greens) 

Conotrachelus aguacatae Bra. (Curculioni- 
dae): 
Per sea americana (avocado) 

Conotrachelus flavangutus Champ. (Cur- 
culionidae): 

Flowers 

Musa sp. (banana) 

Conotrachelus leucophaeatus Fahr. (Cur- 
culionidae): 
Fragaria sp. (strawberry) 

Conotrachelus nenuphar (Herbst) (Cur- 
culionidae) : 
Amygdalus persica (peach) 

Conotrachelus seniculus Lee. (Curculioni- 
dae): 

Amygdalus persica (peach) 

Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss chard) 

Pisum sativum (pea) 

7ea mays (corn) 

Corcyra cephalomca (Staint.) (Galleriidae) 

Calluna vulgaris (heather) 

Diospyros sp. (persimmon) 

Gossypium sp. (cottonseed) 

Oryza sativa (rice) 

Triticum aestivm (wheat) 

Corizus pictipes Stal (Coreidae): 

Vitis sp. (grape) 

Corizus punctatus Sign. (Coreidae): 

Mentha sp. (mint) 

Corythucha morrilli O. & D. (Tingitidae) : 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Daucus carota (carrot) 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Zin n ia sp 

Cosmolyce boeticus (L.) (Lycaenidae) : 

Canavalia sp 

IHoclea violacea (Mauna loa) 

Pisum sativum (pea) : 

Cossonus canalieulatus F. (Curculionidae) 

Lyccpersicum esculentum (tomato) 

Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera). 

Cossonus excavatus Boh. (Curculionidae): 
Ananas sativus (pineapple) 



Bahamas 

....do 

Cuba, Puerto Rico 

Bahamas, Cuba, Hawaii, 
Honduras, Venezuela. 

Bahamas 

Cuba 



Mexico . 



Guatemala 

Dominican Republic. 

Cuba 



Mexico. 



....do..... 

Nicaragua. 



Mexico . 



Bahamas . 



Mexico. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 



Scotland 

Japan 

Puerto Rico. 

Japan 

Brazil 



Argentina. 
Mexico 



do 



do 
.do- 
do 



Hawaii 
do- 
Japan-. 



Mexico 

Guatemala. 



158 



Calif.* 

La. 
N.J. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

Ariz. 
N. Y. 

N.J. 

Fla.* 
Fla.* 

Fla.*, N. Y. 
Calif.*, Fla. 

La. 
Fla.* 
Fla.* 



Ariz. 



Mexico. 



Tex. 
Tex. 



Calif. 
P. R. 



N. Y. 



Tex. 



Tex. 
La. 



Tex. 



Fla. 



Tex. 
Tex. 
Ariz. 
Ariz. 

N. Y. 

Hawaii.* 
P. C. 
Hawaii.* 
Mass. 

X. Y. 

Tex. 

Ariz., Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 

Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Wash. 

Tex. 
N. Y. 

Tex. 



14 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
eatry 



Prop 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in— 



Creontiades rubrinervis Stal (Miridae): 
Spinacia oleracea (spinach) 

Crocidosema plebeiana Zell. (Olethreuti- 
dae): 
Hibiscus esculentus (okr a) 

Cylas formicarius (F.) (Curculionidae): 
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) 



Mexico. 



.do. 



Cylas puncticollis Boh. (Curculionidae): 
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) 

Cylas turcipennis Boh. (Curculionidae): 
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) 

Cymoninus notabilis (Dist.) (Lygaeidae): 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Chrysanthemum coronarium (crown 
daisy) . 

Cyrtopeltis tenuis Reut. (Miridae): 

Antirrhinum majus (snapdragon) 

Brassica chinensis (white greens) 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Cyrtopeltis varians (Dist.) (Miridae): 

Brassica alba (white mustard) 

Brassica rapa (turnip) 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Dactylosternum abdominale F. (Hydro- 
philidae): 

Brassica rapa (turnip) 

Cedrussp. (cedar) 

Dactylosternum subdepressum Lap. (Hy- 
drophilidae): 

Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera).. 

Dacus cucurbitae (Coq.) (Euribiidae): 
Phaseolus sp . (string bean) 

Deloyala guttata (Oliv.) (Chrysomelidae): 
Musa sp. (banana) 

Deloyala lecontei (Cr.) (Chrysomelidae): 
Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Delphacodes campestris (Van D.) (Araeopi- 
dae): 
Phaseolus sp . (string bean) 

Delphacodes koebelei M. & G. (Araeopi- 
dae): 
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Dialeurodes chittendeni Laing (Aleyrodi- 
dae): 
Rhododendron sp 

Dialeurodes citri (Ashm.) (Aleyrodidae) : 

Citrus aurantium (sour orange) 

Citrus sinensis (orange) 

Dialeurodes citrifolii (Morg.) (Aleyrodi- 
dae): 
Citrus sp 

Diaspis zamiae Morg. (Coccidae): 

Encephalartos woodii 

Encephalartos sp 

Dikraneura kunzei Gill. (Cicadellidae): 
Capsicum annuum (pepper) 

Dinoderus bifoveolatus Woll. (Bostrichi- 
dae): 

Calamus sp. (rattan) 

Derris scandens (Malay jewel vine) . - . 

Lonchocarpus sp. (cube root) 

Serjania mexicana (barbasco) 

Draeculacephala balli Van D. (Cicadelli- 
dae): 
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Draeculacephala minerva Ball (Cicadelli- 
dae): 

Allium cepa (onion) 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Daucus carota (carrot) 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Petroselinum hortense (parsley) 



Bahamas, China, Cuba, 
Dominican Republic, 
Hawaii, India, Jamai- 
ca, Mexico, Philip- 
pines, Puerto Rico. 



Gold Coast. 
Philippines . 



34 



Cuba.. 
....do. 



Jamaica- 
Cuba 

do-_ 



Mexico . 
— _do- 
— do. 



....do 

Honduras. 



Guatemala. 

Hawaii 

Mexico 

....do 



.do. 



.do 



England . 

Bahamas. 
Mexico... 



Cuba- 



Union of South Africa. 
— do 



Mexico. 



Dutch East Indies. 
Peru, Philippines.. 

Peru 

....do 



Mexico. 



Ariz. 



Tex. 

Ala., Calif.* 
Fla.*, Ga. 
Hawaii*, La. 
Md., Mass. 
N. Y., Pa. 
Tex., Va. 

Md. 

Ga. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Calif. 

Tex. 

Tex. 



Tex. 
N. Y. 



N. Y. 
Calif.* 
Tex. 
Tex. 

Ariz. 

Tex. 

Wash. 

Md. 
Tex. 

Fla.* 

N.J. 

N.J. 

Ariz. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 

N. Y. 



Tex. 



Tex. 

Ariz., Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 15 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Draeculacephaln minerva Ball (Cicadelli- 
<1ae)— Continued. 

Pisum sativum (pea) 

Raphanus sativus (radish) 

Saccharum officinarum (sugarcane) 

Spinacia oleracea (spinach) 

Draeculacephala portola Ball (Cicadelli- 
dae): 

Capsicum annuum (pepper) 

Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 

Lactuca sa'iva (lettuce) 

Drasterius cribratus Lee. (Elateridae) : 
Ananas sativus (pineapple) 

Echinocnemus bipunctatus Roel. (Curcu- 
lionidae) : 
Larix sp. (larch) 

Empoasca abrupta DeL. (Cicadellidae): 

Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss chard) 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Daucus carota (carrot) 

Spinacia oleracea (spinach) 

Empoasca fabae (Harr.) (Cicadellidae): 
Lactuca sitiva (lettuce) 

Empoasca phaseola Oman (Cicadellidae): 
Lactuca sitiva (lettuce) 

Empoasca solana DeL. (Cicadellidae): 

Lactuca sativa 

Spinacia oleracea (spinach) 

Endrosis lacteella (Schitf.) (Oceophoridae;: 

Aglaonema sp 

Amygdaius persica nectarina (necta- 
rine). 
Narcissus sp 

Entylia sinuata (F.) (Membracidae): 

Chrysanthemum sp 

EpheMia rileyella Rag. (Phycitidae): 

Yucca sp 

Epicaerus cognatus Sharp (Curculion- 
idae): 
Solanum tuberosum (potato) 

Epicauta pardalis Lee. (Meloidae): 

Chenopodium sp. (pigweed) 

Epidiaspis piricola (DelGuer.) (Coccidae): 

Malus sylvestris (apple) 

Pyrus communis (pear) 

Epilachnavarkestis Muls. (Coccinellidae): 

Allium cepa (onion) 

Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss chard) 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Phaseolus sp. (string bean) 

Epinotia opposita Hein. (Olethreutidae): 
Phaseolus sp. (string bean) 

Erynephala puncticollis (Say) (Chrys- 
omelidae) : 
Portulaca sp. (purslane) 

Eucalandra setulosa Gyll. (Curculionidae): 
Cattteya sp. (orchid) 

Eucnocerus anthrenoides Sharp (Dermes- 
tidae): 

Tamarindus indica (tamarind) 

Eudiagogus pulcher Fahr. (Curculionidae): 
Sesbania exaltata 

Eumecosomyia nubila (Wd.) (Otitidae): 

Brassica oleracea capitata (cabbage) 

Cucurbita maxima (squash) 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Portulaca sp. (purslane) 

Zea mays (corn) 



Euphalerus nidijex Schwarz (Psyllidae): 

Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 

Euphoria leucographa (G. & P.) (Scara- 
baeidae) : 

Zea mays (corn) 

Euphrytus parvicollis Schaef. (Chryso- 
meliade): 
Brassica sp. (mustard) 



Country of origin 



Mexico. 
....do-. 



.do. 



Japan.. 

Mexico. 

do.. 

do.. 

do.. 



.do. 



China. 
Chile. 



Ireland . 
Mexico. 
....do.. 



Italy, Portugal. 
Switzerland 



Mexico. 
....do.. 
....do.. 



.do. 
.do. 



do.... 

Colombia- 



Mexico. 
....do-. 



...do. 
...do. 



Cuba, Mexico, Peru. 

Mexico 

do 

do 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



126 



1 

1 

3 

1 

1 

1 

154 



Non- 
entry 



Prop- 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in- 



Ariz. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 



Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 

Tex. 



Wash. 

Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Wash. 
N. Y. 

N.J. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 

Mass., N. Y. 
D. C. 

Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 

Ariz., Tex. 

Tex. 
N.J. 

Tex. 

Calif. 

Ariz., Tex. 
Tex. 
Ariz. 
Ariz. 

Ariz., La., N. 
Y., Tex. 

Tex. 



Ariz. 



Ariz. 



16 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 19 40, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop, 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in— 



Eurycipitia vestitus Dist. (Miridae): 
Cattleya spp. (orchid) 



Oncidium splendidum (orchid) 

Orchid 

Euryophthalmus bipustulatus (Stal) (Pyr- 
rhocoridae) : 

Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine)- 

Malvaviscus drummondii 

Eurytoma orchidearum (Westw.) (Eury- 
tomidae): 

Cattleya mossiae (orchid) 

Cattleya skinnerii 

Cattleya trianae 

Cattleya sp 



Brazil, Costa 
Guatemala. 

Guatemala 

Colombia, Mexico 



Mexico. 
....do.. 



Rica, 



Orchid 

Eurytoma pistaciae Rond. (Eurytomidae) : 
Pistacia terebinthus 

Euscepes postfasciatus (Fairm.) (Curcu- 
lionidae): 
Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) 



Colombia, Venezuela 

Guatemala 

Colombia 

Brazil, Colombia, Costa 
Rica, Guatemala, 
Venezuela. 

Colombia, Venezuela.-. 



Palestine. 



Euspermophagus cardui (Boh.) (Bru- 
chidae): 

Vicia sp. (vetch) 

Euxesta annonae (F.) (Otitidae): 

Zea mays (corn) 

Euxesta notata (Wied.) (Otitidae): 

Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) 

Euxesta sororcul a (Wied.) (Otitidae): 

Zea mays (corn) ._ 

Euxesta siigmatias Loew (Otitidae): 

Capsicum annuum (pepper) 

Zea mays (corn) . 

Exitianus obscurinervis (Stal (Cicadelli- 
dae): 

Phaseolus sp. (string bean)__ 

Exptochiomera arizonensis Barb. (Lygaei- 
dae): 

Portulaca sp. (purslane) 

Exptochiomera fuscicornis Stal (Lygaei- 
dae): 

Allium sativum (garlic) 

Celosia sp. (cockscomb) 

Exptochiomera minima (Guer.) (Lygaei- 
dae): 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato)... 

Rosa sp 

Exptochiomera oblonga (Stal) (Lygaeidae): 

Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Fragaria sp. (strawberry) 

Faustinus cubae (Boh.) (Curculionidae) : 

Capsicum annuum (pepper) 

Feltia subterranea (F.) (Phalaenidae): 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Fiorinia nephelii Mask. (Coccidae): 

Litchi chinensis (lychee) 

Forficula auricularia L. (Forficulidae): 

Cut flowers 

Formosaspis formosanus (Tak.) (Coc- 
cidae): 

Bamboo 

Formosaspis nigra (Tak.) (Coccidae): 

Schizostachyum dumetorum 

Forsebia perlaeta (Hy. Edw.) (Phalaeni- 
dae): 

Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato)... 
Frankliniella cephalica (Crawf.) (Thripi- 
dac): 

Gardenia florida ( C ape-j asmine) 

Rosa sp 



American Virgin Is- 
lands, Brazil, Hawaii, 
Jamaica, Peru, Puerto 
Rico, Trinidad, Vir- 
gin Islands. 



Hungary- 
Mexico 

Argentina- 
Mexico 



50 



.do. 



.do 



.do. 

.do. 
.do. 



Venezuela- 
Mexico 



Cuba.. 

Mexico. 

China. 

British Columbia. 

China 

do 



Mexico. 



Calif.*, N. J. 



Calif.* 
Calif.*, Tex. 



Tex. 
Tex. 



Calif.*, N. J. 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 

Calif.*, N. J. 
Wash. 



N.J. 
D. C. 



Ala., r Ga., La., 
Md., N. Y., 
Tex., Wash. 



N.J. 
Tex. 
La. 
Tex. 



Ariz. 
Tex. 



Tex. 



Tex. 



Tex. 
Tex. 



Tex. 

Ariz. 
Tex. 

N.J. 
Tex. 

N. Y. 

Tex. 

D.C. 

Oreg. 

Wash. 
D.C. 

Ariz. 



Tex. 
Tex. 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 17 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 194Q, to June 80, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in— 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



^try t a f a n 



Collected in— 



Frankliniella cubensis Hood (Thripidae) : 

Citrus sp 

Jasminum sambac (Arabian jasmine). 
Rosa sp 

Frankliniella difflcilis Hood (Thripidae): 
Rosa sp 

Frankliniella fortissima Pr. (Thripidae): 

Althaea rosea (hollyhock) 

Antirrhinum majus (snapdragon) 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Daisy 

Delphinium sp. (larkspur) 

Dianthus sp. (carnation) 

Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 

Gladiolus sp 

Iris ?p 

Lathy r us odor at us (sweet pea) 

Lilium sp 

Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato)... 

Medicago sativa (alfalfa) 

Nerium oleander (oleander) 

Phaseolus sp. (string bean) 

Polianthes tuberosa (tuberose) 

Rosa sp 

Viola sp. (violet) 

Frankliniella insular is (Frankl.) (Thripi- 
dae) : 

Antirrhinum majus (snapdragon) 

Daisy 

Gerberia sp_. 

Pentas lanceolaia 

Rosa sd 

Frankliniella sehullzei Tryb. (Thripidae): 
Orntthogalum thyrsoides (chinkeri- 
chee) . 

Frankliniella williamsi Hd. (Thripidae): 
Zea mays (corn). 



Fulcius quadristillatus (Stal) (Miridac): 

Catlleya sp. (orchid) 

Orchid 

Furcaspis biformis (Ckll.) (Coccidae): 

Brassarola nodosa (orchid) 

Brassavola sp 

Prassia caudata (orchid) 

Cattleya skinneri (orchid) 

Catlleya sp 

Epidendrum atropurpureum (orchid). 



Epidendrum sp 

Oncidium sp. (orchid). 
Orchid 



Schomburgkia sp. (orchid) 

Gastrodes paciftcus (Prov.) (Lygaeidae): 

Pinus sp. (pine) 

Geocnethus nigrocinctus (Sign.) (Cydni- 
dae) : 

Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Vitis sp. (grape) 

Geocnethus semilevis (Sien.) (Cydnidae): 

Centaurea cyanus (bachelors button).. 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Geocoris sonoraensis Van D. (Lygaeidae): 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Petroselinum hortense (parsley) 

Glyptina atriventris Hom (Chrysomelidae) 

Chenopodium album (lambs-quarters) 
Glyptina nivalis Horn (Chrysomelidae): 

Cut flowers 

Gnathotrichus consenlaneus Bldfd. (Scoly- 
tidae) : 

Citrus aurantifolia flime) 



Cuba 

do 

Bahamas, Cuba. 

Bahamas, Cuba. 



Mexico - 
....do.. 
... .do_. 



__- -do 

...-do 

Guatemala, Mexico. 

Guatemala 

Mexico 

-...do 

Guatemala, Mexico. 

....do 

Mexico 

.-.do.. 

....do 

— .do 

do.. 

— .do 

—do. 



Bahamas 

Brazil 

Dominican Republic- 
Bahamas 

Cuba 



Union of South Africa. 



Mexico. 



Colombia. 
Brazil 



Canal Zone 

do 

do 

Guatemala 

Colombia, Venezuela. 
Canal Zone 



do 

Venezuela 

Colombia, Hawaii, 
Trinidad, Venezuela. 



Venezuela. 
Canada. .. 



Colombia. 
Argentina. 



Mexico. 
....do. 



....do.... 
... .do.... 



.do. 

.do. 

.do. 



1 

"§" 

2 

1 
2 

2 
4 

1 
6 
1 
2 

1 
24 
2 
1 
1 
1 
2 
1 
7 
1 



1 I. 



127 



Fla.* 
Fla.* 

Fla.* 

Fla.* 

Ariz. 

Ariz., Tex. 

Tex. 

Ariz., Tex. 

Ariz. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 

Ariz., Tex. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 

Ariz. 

Tex. 

Ariz., Tex. 

Tex. 



N. Y. 
Fla.* 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Fla.* 



111. 



Ariz., Calif. 
Tex. 

N.J. 
Calif.* 

Calif.*, N. J. 
N.J. 

N.J. 
Calif.* 

Calif.*, N. J. 
Calif.*, N. J., 

P. R. 
N. J. 
N. J. 
Calif.*, D. C, 

Fla.*, N. J., 

P. R. 
N.J. 

Wash. 



N.J. 
N. Y. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Ariz. 

Ariz 

Tex. 



467458—42- 



18 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop- 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in- 



Gnathotrichus denticulatus Blkm. (Scoly- 
tidae) : 

Ly coper si cum esculent 'urn (tomato) 

Gnorimoschema gudmannella (Wlsm.) 
(Gelechiidae): 

Capsicum annuum (pepper). 

Gnorimoschema lavernella (Chamb.) (Ge- 
lechiidae): 

Physalis sp. (husk tomato) 

Gnorimoschema plaesiosema (Turner) 
(Gelechiidae): 

Solanum tuberosum (potato) 

Gracilaria azaleella Brants (Gracilariidae) : 

Azalea indica (azalea) 

Gracilia minuta (F.) (Cerambycidae): 

Hoops around barrel 

Grapholitha molesta (Busck) (Olethreuti- 
dae): 

Malus sylveslris (apple) 

Gymnaspis aechmeae Newst. (Coccidae): 

Bromeliad 

Gynaikothrips uzeli Zimm. (Phlaeothripi- 
dae): 

Ficus indica (fig) 

Gypona angulata Spbg. (Cicadellidae): 

Zinn ia sp 

Gypona delta Ball (Cicadellidae): 

Salvia sp. (purple sage) 

Halisidota inexpectata Roths. (Arctiidae): 

Caltleya sp. (orchid) 

Haplothrips cottei (Vuillet) (Phlaeothripi- 
dae): 

Dianthus sp. (carnation) 

Haplothrips gowdeyi (Frankl.) (Phlaeo- 
thripidae): 

Aster sp 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Chrysanthemum coronarium (crown 
daisy). 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Citrus sp 

Crinum sp 

Daisy 

Daucus carota (carrot) 

Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 

Gerberia sp 



Mexico 

Cuba, Mexico- 
Mexico 



Peru 

Japan 

England. 



Japan. 
Brazil- 



Cuba 

Mexico 

do-... 

Colombia. 



Europe. 



Canal Zone. 

Cuba 

do 



Gladiolus sp 

Nerium oleander (oleander) 

Rosa sp 

Tagetes florida (marigold) 

Zinnia sp.. 

Heilipvs lauri (Bob.) (Curculionidae): 
Persea americana (avocado) 

Helichus produclus Lee. (Dryopidae): 
Allium cpa (onion) 

Hellula phidilealis (Wlk.) (Pyraustidae): 

Brassica alba (white mustard) 

Brassica chinensis (white greens) 

Brassica oleracea acephala (kale) 

Brassica rapa (turnip).. 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Raphanus sativus (radish) 

Hellula undalis (F.) (Pyraustidae): 

Brassica alba (white mustard) 

Brassica oleracea capitata (cabbage).. 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Raphanus saHvus longipinnalus (Chi- 
nese radish). 

Hercinothrips dimidiatus lid. (Thripidae) 
Ilaworthia altilinea 

Hercinothrips errans (Williams) (Thripi- 
dae): 
Cypripedium sp. (orchid) 



Mexico 

Puerto Rico 

Bahamas 

Mexico 

Bahamas 

Mexico 

Canal Zone, Dominican 
Republic, Jamaica. 

Canal Zone 

Bahamas 

Bahamas, Cuba 

Mexico 

Bermuda 



Mexico. 
do.. 



do 

Cuba 

do 

do 

Cuba, Mexico. 
Cuba 



Mexico. 
....do-. 
....do.. 



Union of South Africa- 
England 



Ariz, 

Ariz., La., Tex. 

Tex. 

N. Y., Wash. 
Calif.,* Wash. 
Mass. 

Calif." 
N.J. 

Fla.,* N. Y. 
Ariz. 
Tex. 
N.J. 

N. Y. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Tex. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Tex. 
N. Y. 
Tex. 
N. Y. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Fla.* 
Tex. 
N.Y. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 

Calif. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 

Calif., N. Y. 
N.Y. 

Calif. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Pa. 



Calif. 
N.J. 



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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 194-1, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Hercinothrips femoralis (Rem.) (Thripi- 
dae): 

Cypripedium sp. (orchid) 

Dendrobium nobile (orchid) 

Phalaencpsis aphrodite (orchid) 

Phalaen opsis grandiflora 

Phalaenopsis stuartiana 

Heterobostrychus aequalis (Waterh.) (Bos- 
trichidae) : 

Bamboo dunnage 

Packing cases 

Wooden frame of tea chest 

Wooden cases containing mica 

Homalodisca triquetra (F.) (Cicadellidae): 
Laurus nobilis (Grecian laurel) 

Homona menciana (Wlk.) (Tortricidae): 
Ginkgo biloba (maidenhair tree) 

Hyalopterus atnpUcis (L.) (Aphiidae): 

Chenopodium album (lambs-quarters). 

Hyphantria textor (Han.) (Arctiidae): 

Beta vulgaris (beet) 

Brassica rapa (turnip) 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Capsicum annuum (pepper) 

Daucus earota (carrot) 

Hypselonotus fulrus (Deg.) (Coreidae): 
Maha'iscus drummondii 

Hypsipyla grandella (Zell.) (Phycitidae) : 
Cedrus sp. (cedar) 

Icerya seychellorum (Westw.) (Coccidae): 
Mangifera indica (mango) 

Inglisia v>trea (Ckll.) (Coccidae): 

Laurus nobilis (Grecian laurel) 

Iridomyrmex humilis Mayr. (Formicidae): 

Ananas satirus (pineopple) 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Iridomyrmex iniquus nigella Em. (Formi- 
cidae) : 
Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Iridomyrmex melleus Whir. (Formicidae): 
Packing of orchid plants 

Iridomyrmex melleus Whir. var. (Formi- 
cidae) : 
Packing of orchid plants 

Iridomyrmex pruinosus (Rog.) (Formi- 
cidae) : 
Chrysanthemum coronarium (crown 
daisy) . 

Kalotermes morginipennis Latr. (Termi- 
tidae) : 
Prosopis sp. (mesquite) 

Kalotermes minor Hagen (Termitidae): 
Ananas sativus (pineapple) 

Kalotermes piceatus Snyder (Termitidae) : 
Lumber 

Keiferia lycopersicella (Busck) (Gelechii- 
dae) : 
Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato) 



Phaseolus sp. (string bean) 

Kuwanaspis pseud oleucaspis (Kuw.) 
(Coccidae) : 

Arundinaria sp 

Ph yllostach ys sp 

Semiarundinaria venusta 

Sinobambusa laeta 

Sinobambusa rubroligulata 

Sinobambusa tootsii 



Kuwanaspis vermiformis (Tah.) (Cocci- 
dae): 

Arundinaria sp 

Phyllostachys sp. (bamboo) 

Sinobambusa humila 



Country of origin 



England 

Japan 

Philippines. 

....do 

....do 



Java 

India 

Dutch East Indies. 
India 



Mexico . 
Japan.. 
Mexico. 
....do.. 



.do. 



.do. 



Honduras- 
Tahiti 

Brazil 



Portugal. 
Cuba 



Colombia, Venezuela- 
France 



do. 

Cuba. 



Mexico. 
do- 



Hawaii. 



Cuba, Mexico- 



Mexico. 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 




1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
1 

768 



Prop- 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in— 



D. C. 

Hawaii.* 
Hawaii.* 
Hawaii.* 
Hawaii.* 



Va. 
Pa. 
X. Y. 

Mass. 

Tex. 

n. y. 

Ariz. 

Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 

Tex. 

N. Y. 

Hawaii.* 

N.Y. 



N. Y. 
N.Y. 



N.J. 

Hawaii.* 

Hawaii.* 
N.Y. 

Ariz. 
Tex. 
Calif.* 



Ariz., Calif., 
N. Y., Tex., 
Vt. 

Ariz. 



D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 



D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 



20 



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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop- 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in— 



Laemophloeus iteratus Sharp (Cucujidae): 

Guoiacum officinale (limumvitae) 

Laemophloeus suturalis Reitt. (Cucujidae) 
Tabebvia don n ell-smith ii (primavera). 
Laemotmetus rhizophagoides (Walk.) (Cu- 
cujidae): 

Bamboo 

Laspeyresia membrosa Hein. (Olethreuti- 
dae): 

Prosopis sp. (mesquite) 

Laspeyresia splendana (Hbn.) (Olethreu- 
tidae) : 

Costanea saliva (Spanish chestnut) 

Castanea sp. (chestnut) 



Lecaniodiaspis dendrobii Dougl. (Cocci- 
dae): 

Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Lecanium coryli (L.) (Coccidae): 

Prunus sp. (cherry) 

Leperisinas fraxini Panz. (Scol5 T tidae): 

Fraxinus sp. (ash) 

Lepidosaphes camelliae Hoke (Coccidae): 

Camellia japon ica (camellia) 



Lepidosaphes conchiformis (Gmel.) (Cocci- 
dae): 

Eriobotrya japonica (loquat) 

Malus sp. (flowering crabapple) 

Pyrus communis (pear) 

Lepdiosaphes lasianthi (Green) (Coccidae): 
Codiaeum sp. (croton) 

Lepidosaphes pallida (Green) (Coccidae): 
Juniperus sp. (juniper) 

Lepidosaphes philococcus (Ckll.) (Cocci- 
dae): 

Cactus 

Myrtillocactus sp. (cactus) 

Paclycereus marginatus (cactus) 

Lepidosaphes tuberculata Malen. (Cocci- 
dae): 

Cymbidium eburneum (orchid) 

Cymbidium sp 



Orchid 

Leucaspis cockerelli (deCharmoy) (Cocci- 
dae): 

Vanda luzonica (orchid) 

Vanda teres 

Leucaspis indica Marlatt (Coccidae): 

AJangifera indica (mango) 

Leucopoecila albofasciata Reut. (Miridae): 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Leucoptera coffeella Guer. (Gracilariidae): 

i loffea sp 

Lichtensia Ivtea (Ckll.) (Coccidae): 

Unidentified leaves 

Ligyrocoris abdominalis (Guer.) (Lygaei- 
dae): 

Cucurbita maxima (squash).. 

Ligyrocoris aurivilliana (Dist.) (Lygaei- 
dae): 

Chrysanthemum parthenium (fever- 
few). 

Fragaria sp. (strawberry) 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Ligyrocoris litigiosus (Stal) (Lygaeidae) : 

Ananas sativus (pineapple) 

Ligyrocoris mtidicollis (Stal) (Lygaeidae): 

Ananas sativus (pineapple) 

Cactus 

Fragaria sp. (strawberry). 

Gypsophila paniculata (babysbreath).. 

Orchid .. 



Guatemala 

Guatemala, Nicaragua.. 

Dutch East Indies, Java 
Mexico 



Portugal 

Japan, Portugal, Spain. 



Venezuela 

Canada 

England 

Cuba, Japan, Mexico.. 



Japan. 

do. 

do. 



Colombia. 
Chosen.... 



Mexico. 

do.. 

do.. 



England.. 

Belgium, 

Japan. 

England.. 



England, 



Philippines. 
Jamaica 



Cuba. 



Mexico. 
....do- 



Cuba.. 
Mexico. 

....do.. 



.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



Cuba, Mexico. 



Mexico. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 
....do.. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 

N. Y., Va. 

Tex. 



N. Y. 

Calif.*, N. Y. 
Pa., Wash. 



N.J. 

Wash. 

N. Y. 

Fla.. Tex. 
Wash. 

Wash. 
N. Y. 
Wash. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 



Calif.*, Tex. 
D. C, Tex. 
Tex. 



N.J. 

Calif.*, D. C., 

Hawaii*, N. 

J.. Wash. 
N.J. 



Hawaii.* 
N.J. 

Fla.* 

Tex. 
Ariz., Tex. 

Fla.* 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

La., Tex. 

Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 21 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Ligyrocoris nit id ul us (Uhler) (Lygaeidae): 

Allium sativum (garlic) 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Portulaca sp. (purslane) 

Zea mays (corn) 

Ligyrocoris rubricatus Barb. (Lygaeidae): 
Phaseolus sp. (string bean) 

Ligyrocoris setosus (Stal) (Lygaeidae): 
Chrysanthemum maximum (shasta 

daisy) . 
Chrysanthemum sp 

Limothrips denticornis Hal. (Thripidae): 
Helleborus niger (Christmas-rose) 

Lineodts integra (Zell.) (Pyraustidae): 
Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato) 

Liosomaphis berberidis (Kalt.) (Aphiidae): 
Berberis thunbergi (Japanese barberry) . 

Liothrips vaneeckei Pr. (Thripidae): 

Lilium speciosum (speciosum lily) 

Lihum sp. (lily) — -- 



Liriomyza flaveola Fallen (Agromyzidac): 

Brassica chinensis (white gieens) 

Brassica oleracea acephala (kale) 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Coriandrum sativum (coriander) 

Medicago satva (alfalfa) 

Listroderts obliguus Klug. (Curculionidae) 

In box of grapes 

Vitis sp. (grape) 

Lophocateres pusillus (Klug.) (Ostomidae): 
Zea mays (corn) 

Lorita abornana chatka Busctc (Phalaeni- 
dae): 

Capsicum annuum (pepper) 

Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato) 

Lyctoiylon japonum Reitt. (Lyctidae): 
Bamboo 

Lygaeus circumliius Stal (Lygaeidae): 

Cut flowers 

Lygaeus lateralis Dall. (Lygaeidae): 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato) 

Snlanum tuberosum (potato) 

Lygaeus vittiscutis Stal (Lygaeidae): 

On sack of bran 

Lygus championi Dist. (Miridae): 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Lygus distinctus Knighl (Miridae): 

Spinacia oleracea (spinach) 

Lygus elisus van D. (Miridae): 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Petroselinum hortense (parsley) 

Zea mays (Corn) 

Lygus hesperius Kngt. (Miridae): 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Lygus sallei Stal (Miridae): 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Macrosfeles divisus (Uhl.) (Cicadellidae) : 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Raphanus sativus (radish) 

Maruca testutalis (Geyer) (Pyraustidae): 

Dioclea violacea (mauna loa) 

Phaseolus sp. (string bean) 



Matsucoccus malsumurae (Kuw.) (Coe- 
cidae) : 
Pinus sp. (pine) 



Melamasius sericeus 01. (Curculionidae): 

Banana debris 

Musa sp. (banana) 

Solanum melongena (eggplant) 

Under light in hold of banana boat.. 



Country of origin 



Mexico. 
....do.. 



.do. 



do... 

do- 
England. 
Mexico.. 
Canada.. 



Japan 

England, Japan. 



Cuba.. 
....do. 
....do. 



....do.. 
Mexico. 



Argentina. 
Chile 



Mexico. 



Java... 

Mexico. 



.do. 



.do. 



.do. 



Hawaii 

Brazil, Haiti, Hawaii, 
Puerto Rico, Trini- 
dad, Virgin Islands. 



Japan. 



Honduras 

Ecuador, Honduras. 

Cuba 

Colombia 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in— 



Ari z.- 
Tex. 
Ariz. 
Ariz. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

N.J. 

Ariz., Tex. 

D. C. 

Wash. 

Md., Mass., 
N.Y.,Wash. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Tex. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 
Ariz. 

Va. 

Tex. 

Tex. 
Tex. 
Ariz., Pa. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 

Tex. 
Tex. 
Ariz. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 

Tex. 
Calif. 

Calif.* 

Ala., Calif.,* 
La., Md., 
Mass.. Pa. 

Wash. 



Tex. 

Md., N. Y. 
N. Y. 
Pa. 



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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con- 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 



No n- 



S S «»try 



Prop- 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in— 



Metamasius sericeus carbonarius Chev. 
(Curculionidae): 

Banana debris 

Metriona erratica (Boh.) (Chrysomelidae) 
Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 

Metriona profligata (Boh.) (Chrysomeli- 
dae): 
Brassica oleracea capitata (cabbage) - . . 

Micrapate dinoderoidcs (Horn) (Bostrichi- 
dae): 
Tree limbs used for crating 

Micrapate scapularis Gorh. (Bostrichidae) 

Sambucus sp. (elder) 

Wood crating 



Guatemala- 
Mexico 



.do. 



do. 



Zea mays (corn) 

Micrelus ericae Gyll. (Curculionidae) : 
Calluna vulgaris (heather) 

Moodna bisinuella Hamp. (Phycitidae): 
Zea mays (corn) 

Mordellistena cattleyana Champ. (Mordel- 
lidae) : 

Cattleya sp. (orchid) 



.do 



Scotland. 
Mexico... 



Mordellistena chapini Ray (Mordellidae) : 

Cattleya sp 

Orchid 

Morganella longispina (Morg.) (Coccidae): 

Carica papaya (papaya) 

Nerium oleander (oleander) 

Mormidea collaris Dall. (Pentatomidae) : 
Orchid 

Mozenalunata (Burm.) (Coreidae): 

Capsicum annuum (pepper) 

Myocalandra discors Faust (Curculioni- 
dae) : 
Bamboo. 

Myochrous dentirollis Say (Chrysomeli- 
dae) : 

Cattleya trianae (orchid) 

Nabis alter nata Parsh. (Nabidae): 

Brassica rapa (turnip) 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Raphanus sativus (radish) 

Nabis punctipennis Blanch. (Nabidae) : 
Brassica oleracea capitata (cabbage).. _ 

Nasutitermes cornigera Motsch (Termiti- 
dae): 

Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Tabebuio donnell-smithii (primavera) . 

Naucles pusio (Lee.) (Mordellidae): 

Lactuca satha (lettuce) 

Nemapogon granella (L.) (Tineidae): 
Agaricus campestris (mushroom) 

Nemocephalus guotemalensis Senna (Bren- 
tidae): 

Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera). 

Neoclytus cacicus Chevrolet (Ceramby- 
cidae) : 

Eugenia axiliaris (guayacan) 

Guaiacum officinale (lignumvitae) 



Brazil, Colombia, Vene- 
zuela. 



Peru 

Colombia. 



Brazil.... 
Bahamas. 



Mexico. 
do.. 



Neolecanium cornuparvum (Thro.) (Coc- 
cidae) : 

Magnolia liliflora 

Magnolia soulangeana 

Magnolia stellata 

Nesosteles neglectus (DeL. & D.) (Cica- 
dellidae): 

Zinnia sp 

Neuroctenus simplex (Uhler) (Aradidae): 

Prosop'.s sp. (mesquite) . . 

Nicobium castaneum (Oliv.) (Anobiidae): 

Wicker hamper 

Nicobium hirtum (111.) (Anobiidae): 

Wicker hamper... 



Dutch East Indies. 



Colombia. 



Mexico. 
....do.. 
....do.. 



....do. 
Chile.. 



Colombia.. 
Guatemala. 



Mexico. 
Japan.. 



Guatemala. 



do 



Canal Zone, Guatemala, 
Honduras. 



Japan. 

do. 

do. 



Mexico. 
do.. 



Portugal. 
do.... 



S. C. 
Tex. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 

N. Y. 

Ariz., Mass. 

N. Y. 
Tex. 

D. C. ,N. Y. 

Tex. 

Calif.*, N. J. 

N.J. 
N.J. 

N. Y. 
Fla.* 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Va. 

Calif.* 

Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 

Va. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

Tex. 
Hawaii.* 

N. Y. 



Calif.*. 

Calif.*, N. Y. 
Wash. 



Wash. 
Wash. 
Wash. 



Tex. 
Tex. 



Pa. 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 23 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Nysius callifer Stal (Lygaeidae): 

Mixed flowers 

Nysius expressus Dist. (Lygaeidae): 

Brassica chinensis (Chinese cabbage)... 

Nysius minufus Uhl. (Lygaeidae): 

Brussica rapa (turnip) 

Brassica sp. (mustard). 

Portulaca sp. (purslane) 

Zea mays (corn) 

Nysius monticol a Dist. (Lygaeidae): 

Brassica rapa (turnip) 

Spinacia oleracea (spinach) 

Nys'sodrys haldcmani Lee. (Crambycidae): 
Tamorindus indica (tamarind) 

Odonaspis graminis Bremner (Coccidae): 
"Wild grass 

Odonaspis greeni Ckll. (Coccidae): 

Bambusa dissemulctor 

Bambusa pervariabilis 

Odonaspis penicilla'a Ckll. (Coccidae): 
Arundinaria hindsii (ramrod bamboo). 

Bambusa pervariabilis 

Bambusa sp 

Oedionychis durangoensis Jac. (Chrysomel- 
idae): 

^ea mays (corn) 

OUarianus strictus (Ball) (Cicadellidae): 

Ch rysanthemu m sp 

Dahlia sp 

Onthophagus marginatum Cast. (Scarabae- 
idae) : 
Gossypium sp. (cotton) 

Onychobaris ambigua Csy. (Curculion- 
idae) : 
Dahlia sp 

Opsins stactogalus Fieb. (Cicadellidae): 
Delphinium sp. (larkspur) 

Orchidophilus aterrimus (Wthr.) (Curcu- 
lionidae): 

Dendrobium cerinum (orchid) 

Dendrobium chrysotoxum 

Orchid 

Phalaenopsis aphrodite (orchid) 

Phalaenopsis grandiflora. 

Phalaenopsis stuartiana 

Vanda caerulea (orchid) 

Vanda sanderiana 

Orthaea scutellata (Dall.) (Lygaeidae): 

Brassica chinensis (white greens) 

Fragaria sp. (strawberry) 

Oxycetonia jucunda (Fald.) (Scarabae- 
idae) : 
Pin us parviflora (j apanese white pine) . 

Ozophora burmeisteri (Guer.) (Lygaeidae): 
Brassica chinensis (white greens) 

Ozophora gracilipes (Stal) (Lygaeidae): 
Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Ozophora pallescens (Dist.) (Lygaeidae): 
Phaseolus sp. (string bean) 

Pachymerus olearius Bridwell (Bruchi- 
dae): 
Orbignya barbosiana 

Pachyzancla periusalis (Wlk.) (Pyraus- 
tidae) : 
Solanum melongena (eggplant) 

Pagiocerus rimosus Eichh. (Scolytidae) : 
Zea mays (corn)... 



Palaeopus costicollis Marsh. (Curculion- 
idae): 

Dioscorea sp. (yam) 

Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) 

Pantomorus xanthographus Germ. (Cur- 
culionidae) : 

Vitis sp. (grape) 

Packing for grapes 

Paragonatas ditergens (Dist.) (Lygaeidae): 
Cattleya sp. (orchid) 



Venezuela. 
Japan 



Mexico . 
do.. 



China. 
do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Mexico. 



.do. 

.do. 



Cuba. 



Mexico. 
....do.. 



Philippines. 

Japan 

Thailand.... 
Philippines. 

do 

do 

Japan 

Philippines. 



Cuba.. 
Mexico. 



Japan 

Cuba 

Venezuela. 
Cuba 



Brazil. 

Cuba. 
Peru.. 



Jamaica 

Guadeloupe, Jamaica. 



Argentina. 
... -do 



Colombia. 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in— 



Con " Non- Pr °P 
sump- " | ac- 
tion , entr > tion 



Collected in- 



N. Y. 

Wash. 

Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Ariz. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 

D. C. 
D. C. 

D. C. 
D. C. 
D. C. 

Ariz. 

Tex. 
Ariz. 

N. Y. 

Ariz. 
Ariz. 



Calif.* 

Hawaii. 

Calif.* 

Hawaii. 

Hawaii. 

Hawaii. 

Hawaii. 

Hawaii. 

N. Y. 

Tex. 



Wash. 
N.Y. 
N.J. 
N.Y. 

P. R. 



N.Y. 

Calif.*, 
N.Y. 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 



N.Y. 
N.Y. 



D. C. 



24 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June SO, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop- 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in — 



Parallelodiplosis cattleyae Moll. (Cecido- 
myiidae): 

oncidium sp. (orchid) 

Parandra poiita Say (Cerambycidae): 
Tahebuia donnel-smithii (primavera) :. 

Parlatoria camelliae Comst. (Coccidae): 
Camellia japonica (camellia) 



Mexico. 



Guatemala. 



Camellia sasanqua (sasanqua tea) 

Camellia sp 

Parlatoria cinerea Hadden (Coccidae) : 

Citrus auranlifolia (sour lime) 

Citrus sinensis (orange) 

Citrus sp ■- 

Parlatoria crotonis Doug. (Coccidae): 
Codiaeum sp. (croton) '. 

Parlatoria oleae (Colvee) (Coccidae): 

Malus sylvestris (apple) 

Malus sp 

Prunus domestica (plum) 

Prunus sp 

Ribes nigrum (European black cur- 
rant). 

Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus Ldgr. (Coc- 
cidae) : 

Aerides sp. (orchid) 

Dendrobium nobile (orchid) 

Dendrobium sp 

Vanda purpurea (orchid) 

Vanda teres (orchid) 



Japan. 



Mexico 

Argentina, Brazil. 
Brazil 



Hawaii- 



Italy 

do..... 

Argentina- 
Italy 

do 



Vanda teres alba 

Vanda teres andersoni. 



Vanda teres aurorea 

Vanda teres giganteum. 
Vanda teres grandiflora. 
Vanda sp 



Parlatoria theae Ckll. (Coccidae): 

Acer sp. (maple) 

Prunus sp 

Parlatoria zizipkus (Lucas) (Coccidae): 

Citrus aurantifolia (lime) 

Citrus grandis (grapefruit) 

Citrus nobitis deliciosa (tangerine) 

Paromius longulus (Dall.) (Lygaeidae): 
Pinus sp. (pine) 

Pealius hibisci (Kot.) (Aleyrodidae) : 

Hibiscus sp 

Pectinophora gossypiella (Saund.) (Gelechi 
idae) : 
Gossypium sp. (cottonseed) 



Philippines.. 

Thailand 

do 

do 

Jamaica, Japan, Philip- 
pines. 

Thailand 

Japan, Philippines, 
Thailand. 

Philippines 

Japan 

Japan, Philippines 

Philippines, Straits Set- 
tlements, Thailand. 



Japan. 
do- 



Java. . 
China- 
Java. . 



Mexico. 
Hawaii. 



Gossypium sp. (seed cotton) 

Gossypium sp. (cotton) (boll) 

Gossypium sp. (cotton) (linter) 

Gossypium sp. (cotton) 

Hibiscus escutentus (okra) 

Penichroafasciata Steph. (Cerambycidae): 
Wooden hoops 

Phaedon incertum Baly (Chrysomelidae): 
Diospyros sp. (persimmon) 

Phelomerus abcrrans (Sharp) (Bruchidae): 

Cassia fcrruginea 

Cassia fistula (golden-shower) 

Cassia moschata 

Phenacaspis eugeniae (Mask.) (Coccidae): 

Mangifera indica (mango). . 

Tristania conferta (Brsibane-box) 

Phenacaspis fujicola Kuw. (Coccidae): 
Wisteria multijuga (longcluster wis- 
teria). 



Bahamas, Brazil, Ha- 
waii, India, Mexico, 
Puerto Rico. 



Cuba, Mexico 

Argentina, Hawaii. 

Brazil 

Bahamas 

Brazil, St. Vincent- 



Spain. 
Japan. 



Brazil 

Panama 

Canal Zone. 



Hawaii... 
Australia. 



Japan. 



Tex. 

N. Y. 

Calif.*, D. C. 

Wash. 
Calif.* 
Wash. 

Tex. 
Fla.* 
D. C. 

Calif.* 

N. Y. 
D. C. 
N. Y. 
D. C. 

N. Y. 



N.J. 

Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Hawaii.* N. J. 

Calif.* 

Calif.*, Ha- 
waii.* 

Hawaii.* 

Hawaii.* 

Hawaii.* 

Calif.*, N. J., 
Wash. 

N. Y., Wash. 
Calif.* 

Mass. 
Calif.* 
N. Y. 

Tex. 

Calif.* 



Calif.*, D. 0., 
Fla.*, La., 
Mass., N.Y., 
Pa., Tex. 

Fla.*, Tex. 

Calif.*, Pa. 

N. Y. 

Fla.* 

Mass., 



N. Y. 



N. Y. 
Mass. 

D.C. 

N. Y. 
N.J. 

Calif.* 
Calif.* 

N.J. 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 25 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June SO, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in— 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Xon 
entry 



Prop- 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in— 



Phenacoccus gossypii Towns. & Ckll. 
(Coccidae): 

Antirrhinum majus (snapdragon) 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Lilium sp. (lily) 

Pelargonium sp. (geranium) 

Verbena sp 

Zinnia sp 

Philophylla heraclei (L.) (Euribiidae): 
Avium graveolens (celery) 

Phlepsius distinctus Lathr. (Cicadellidae): 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Phormesium virgulatum Bates (Ceramby- 
cidae) : 

Cassia fistula (golden-shower) 

Phyllotreta atra (F.) (Chrysomelidae): 
Helleborus niger (Christmas-rose) 

Phyllotreta pusilla Horn (Chrysomelidae): 

Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss chard) 

Brassica rapa (turnip) 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Daucus carota (carrot).. 

Raphanus sativus (radish) 

Spinacia oleracea (spinach) 

Phyllotreta vittata discedens Weise (Chryso- 
melidae) : 

Brassica chinensis (white greens) 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Coriandrum sativum (coriander) 

Raphanus sativus longipinnatus (rad- 
ish). 

Pinnaspis buxi (Bouche) (Coccidae): 

Palm 

Pinnaspis minor strachani Cooley (Cocci- 
dae): 

Dombeya sp 

Euphoria longana (longan). 

Pinnaspis townsendi (Ckll.) (Coccidae): 
Cymbidium finlaysonianium (orchid) — 

Dendrobium sp. (orchid) 

Vanda tricolor (orchid) 

Pionea forficalis (L.) (Pyraustidae): 

Brassica oleracea botrytis (cauliflower) . 

Placosternus crinicornis (Chevr.) (Ceram- 
bycidae) : 
Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Plagiodera thymaloides Stal (Chrysomeli- 
dae): 
Orchid ,. 

Platynota rostrana (Wlk.) (Tortricidae): 

Capsicum annuum (pepper) 

Coriandrum sativum (coriander) 

Musa paradisiaca (plantain) 

Solanum melongena (eggplant) 

Platynota stultana (Wlsm.) (Tortricidae) : 

Brassica rapa (turnip) 

Capsicum annuum (pepper) 

Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato) 

Solanum melongena (eggplant) 

Platypus australis Chap. (Platypodidae): 
Juglans sp. (walnut) 

Platypus exaratus Blandf. (Platypodidae): 
Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera).. 

Platypus poriferus Chapuis (Platypodi- 
dae) : » 

Guaiacum officinale (lignumvitae) 

Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera) — 

Platypus rugulosus Chapuis (Platypodi- 
dae): 
Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera) -. 

Podisu* acutissimus Stal (Pentatomidae) : 
Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 



Mexico... 

do.— 

Bermuda- 
Mexico—.. 
do.... . 



....do- 
England. 



Mexico . 
do.. 



Honduras- 
England. . 



Mexico- 

do.. 

do- 



Cuba. 

do 

do 

do 



Japan. 



Cuba. 
_.__ do. 



Philippines 

Straits Settlements... 
Australia— 



England. 
Mexico-.. 



.do. 



Cuba.. 

do- 

do. 



.do. 



Mexico. 
do- 



....do. 
—do- 



Australia— 
Guatemala. 



.do. 
.do. 



4 
1 

1 
1 

2 

229 

16 

1 

2 
2 



Guatemala- 
Mexico 



Ariz. 

Ariz., Tex. 
D.C. 



Tex. 



Ariz. 
Ariz. 
Tex. 

N.Y. 

Tex. 
Tex. 



La. 

N.J. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Calif. 

Tex. 

Tex. 



N. Y. 
N.Y. 

N. Y. 
N.Y. 



Calif.* 

D.C. 

N.Y. 

Calif.* 

N.J. 

Hawaii.* 

N.Y. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 

Tex. 

Ariz., Tex. 
Ariz., Tex. 
Ariz. 

Va. 

N.Y. 



Wash. 

N.Y. 



La., N. Y. 
Tex. 



467458—42- 



26 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 80, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop- 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in- 



Podisus rubromaculatus Dist. (Pentato- 
midae) : 
Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 

Polymerus basalts (Reut.) (Miridae): 
Chrysanthemum maximum (shasta 

daisy) . 
Chrysanthemum sp 

Prairiana sidana Ball (Cicadellidae): 
Pisum sativum (pea) 

Pronotacantha annulata Uhl. (Neididae): 

Capsicum annuum (pepper) .. 

Zinnia sp.. 

Protopulvinaria pyriformis (Ckll.) (Coc- 
cidae) : 
Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine)— 

Pseudaonidia clavigera Ckll. (Coccidae): 

Eugenia alba 

Eugenia dombeyi (grumixameira-tree) . 

Hibiscus sp... 

Myricaria sp 

Pseudaonidia duplex (Ckll.) ( Coccidae): 

Azalea sp 

Camellia japonica (camellia) 

Citrus aurantium (sour orange) 

Citrus nobilis deliciosa (Mandarin 
orange) . 

Corylopsis sp 

Magnolia sp 

Rhododendron sp. 

Styrax obassia (fragrant snowball) 

Pseudaonidia paeoniae (Ckll.) (Coccidae): 

Azalea indica (azalea) 

Camellia japonica (camellia) 

Camellia sasanqua -(sasanqua tea) 

Pseudaonidia tesserata (deCharm.) (Coc- 
cidae) : 

Hibiscus sp 

Panax sp 

Vitis sp. (grape) .. 

Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis (Green) Coc- 
cidae) : 
Laurus nobilis (Grecian laurel) 

Pseudischnaspis alienus (Newst.) (Coc- 
cidae) : 

Annona cherimola (Jamaica apple) 

Cattleya skinned (orchid) 

Cattleya skinneri alba 

Epidendrum macrocarpum (orchid) _ . . 

Epidendrum radicans 

Oncidium altissimum (orchid) 

Orchid 

Pseudischnaspis bowreyi (Ckll.) (Coc- 
cidae) : 

Annona sp 

Epidendrum sp. (orchid) 

Pseudococcus boninsis (Kuw.) (Coccidae): 

Iris sp 

Saccharum officinarum (sugarcane) 

Pseudococcus gahani (Green) (Coccidae): 
Amygdalus per ska nectarina (nectar- 
ine). 

Pseudococcus lilacinus Ckll. (Coccidae): 

Phalaenopsis aphrodite (orchid) 

Phahenopsis grandiflora 

Phalaenopsis rosea 

Renanthera storiei (orchid) 

Vanda sanderiana (orchid) ... 

Pseudococcus nipae (Mask.) (Coccidae): 
Odonloytossum sp. (orchid) 

Pseudodiaspis yuccae (Ckll.) (Coccidae): 
Pachycereus pecten-aboriginum (cac- 
tus). 

Pseudoparlatoria oslreata (Ckll.) (Coc- 
cidae) : 

Carica papaya (papaya) 



Mexico. 
.... do.. 



.do. 



.do. 



.do. 
.do. 



Mexico, Venezuela . 



Hawaii 

do 

do 

Canal Zone. 



Japan. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do- 
do . 



.do- 
do. 

.do. 



Hawaii. 
do- 
Haiti... 



Brazil. 



Cuba 

Costa Rica. 
do 



Canal Zone 

do 

Guatemala 

Costa Rica, Mexico. 



Puerto Rico. 
Guatemala.. 



Bermuda 

Bahamas, Cuba, Mex- 
ico, Portugal. 

Chile.-. ---- 



Philippines. 

....do 

..-do 

..-do 

do 



Costa Rica 
Mexico 



Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 

Ariz. 

Ariz. 
Ariz. 



N. Y., Tex. 

Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 
D. C. 

Wash. 
Wash. 
Calif.,* Fla. 
Wash. 

Wash. 
Wash. 

Wash. 
Calif.* 



3 Calif.,* Wash. 
2 Wash. 
1 Calif.* 



Puerto Rico 



Calif. 
Calif. 
N.J. 



N. Y. 



Fla.* 

Calif.*, X.J 
N.J. 

Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 
N. J., Tex. 



N. Y. 

Calif.* 

N. Y. 

Fla.*, N. 
Tex. 



N. Y. 



Calif.* 

Calif.* 

Calif.* 

Hawaii.* 

Hawaii.* 



N.J. 

N.J. 



Ga. 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 27 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump, 
tion 



Non 
entry- 



Prop 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in — 



Psylliodes chrysocephata L. (Chrysomel- 
idae): 

Brassica campestris (rutabaga) .. 

Brassica oleracea (wild cabbage) 

Brassica rapa (turnip) 

Pteleobius vittatus (F.) (Scolytidae) : 

Ulmus sp. (elm) 

Ptinus huesanus Fisher (Ptinidae) : 

Limonium sp. (sea lavander).. 

Ptinus tectus Boisd. (Ptinidae): 

Magnolia delavayi 

Magnolia soulangeana alba 

Ptychopoda bonifata (Hist.) (Geometri- 
dae): 

Medicinal herb 

Pulvinaria floccifera (Westw.) (Coccidae): 

Anthurium scherzerianum (anthu- 
rium). 

Cymbidium sp. (orchid) 

Oncidium sp. (orchid) 

Pulvinaria psidii Mask. (Coccidae): 

Chrysophyllum ciainito (star-apple)... 

Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 

Pittosporum sp 

Puto mexicanus Ckll. (Coccidae): 

Cephalocereus senilis (old-man cactus). 

Orcnid 

Puto yuccae (Coq.) (Coccidae): 

Cereus marginatus (cactus) 

Echinofossutoeactus pentacantha (cac- 
tus). 
Pyrausta nubilalis (Hbn.) (Pyraustidae): 

Zea mays (corn) 

Pyropus sapphirinus Gyll. (Curculion- 
idae): 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Renocis mexicanus Blckm. (Scolytidae): 

Wooden frame of leather chairs 

Wood crat ing 

Rhagoletis pomonella (Walsh) (Euribi- 
idae) : 

Crataegus sp. (red haw) 

Malus sylvestris (apple) 

Rhinochenus stigma L. (Curculionidae): 

Hymenaea courbaril (West Indian 
locust) . 
Rhipibruchus picturatus (Fahr.) (Bruch- 
idae) : 

Prosopis nigra 

Rhopalosiphoninus tulipaellus (Theob.) 
(Aphiidae): 

Tulip a sp 

Rhynchiles mexicanus Boh. (Curculion- 
idae): 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Ribua innoxia Hein. (Phycitidae): 

Ananas satitus (pineapple) 

Romaleum rufulum (Hald.) (Cerambvci- 
dae): 

Prosopis sp. (mesquite) 

Schoenobius bipunctiferus (Wlk.) (Schoe- 
nobiidae): 

Oryza saliva (rice) 

Scolopostethus decoratus (Hahri) (Lygaei- 
dae): 

Moss packing 

Scolytus multistriatvs (Marsh.) (Scolyti- 
dae): 

Ulmus sp. (elm) 

Scolytus scolytus (F.) (Scolytidae): 

Ulmussp. (elm) 

Setomorpha insectella (F.) (Tineidae): 

Allium sativum (garlic) 

Cephalocereus sp. (cactus) 

Dioscorea sp. (yam) 

Eucharis sp 

Mammillaria haageana (cactus) 



England. 
Portugal. 
England . 

do... 



England. 
....do... 



Mexico. 



Japan. 



England ... 
Costa Rica. 



Bahamas 

Bahamas, Cuba. 
Cuba - 



Mexico. 
do- 



Japan. 



Cuba. 



Mexico. 
.—do- 



Trinidad. 



Uruguay 

Canada, England. 

Mexico 

Cuba 



Mexico.. 

China. . 

England 

...do_- 



do 



Mexico 

..do 

Virgin Islands. 

Barbados 

Mexico 



Pa. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 

N. Y.* 

N. Y. 

Wash. 
Wash. 

Tex. 

Hawaii.* 

D.C., N.J. 
N.J. 

Fla.* 
Fla.» 
Fla.* 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Wash. 



N. Y. 



Tex. 
Ariz. 



Tex. 
Tex. 

Ala. 

N.J. 

N. Y., Wash. 

Tex. 

La., N. Y. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Tex. 
N.J. 

N. Y. 
N.J. 
Calif.* 



28 BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in— 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in— 



Sinoxylon anale Lesne (Bostrichidae): 
Denis scandens (Malay jewel vine) 

Wood used as crate 



Sinoxylon conigerum Gerst. (Bostrichidae) 

Derris scandens 

Wood 

Sisamnes contractus Dist. (Lygaeidae): 

Ananas sativus (pineapple) 

Sitona lineata L. (Curculionidae): 

Acer palmatum dissectum 

Sixeonotus areclatus Kngt. (Miridae): 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Spragueia leo (Gn.) (Phalaenidae): 

Aralia chinensis mandshurica 

Stephanitis pyrioides Scott (Tingitidae): 

Azalea sp 

Stephanoderes buscki Hopk. (Scolytidae) : 

Bertholletia nobilis (Brazil nut) 

Stephanoderes guatemalensis Hopk. 
(Scolytidae) : 

Moringa oleifera (horseradish-tree) 

Stephanoderes hampei Ferr. (Scolytidae): 

Coffeasp 



British Malaya, Philip- 
pines. 

French Indo-China, 
India. 



Philippines 

French Indo-China. 



Mexico,.. 
Canada.. 
Mexico... 
England. 

Japan 

Brazil 



Sternechus paludatus Csy. (Curculioni- 
dae): 
Phaseolus sp . (string bean) 

Sternochetus mangiferae (F.) (Curculioni- 
dae): 
Mangifera indica (mango) 

Stictocephala rotundata Stal (Membraci- 
dae): 
Brassica chinensis (white greens) 

Strategus simson L. (Scarabaeidae): 

Musa sp. (banana) 

Systena basalis Duv. (Chrysomelidae): 

Brassica chinensis (white greens) 

Brassica oleracea acephala (kale) 

Brassica sp. (mustard) 

Chrysanthemum coronarium (crown 
daisy). 

Taeniothrips atratus (Hal.) (Thripidae): 
Dianthus sp. (carnation) _. 

Taeniothrips dianthi Pr. (Thripidae): 

Dianthus sp. (carnation) 

Taeniothrips ericae (Hal.) (Thripidae): 
Calluna vulgaris (heather) 

Taeniothrips fumosa Tryb. (Thripidae): 
Ornithogalum thyrsoides (chinkerichee) 

Taeniothrips gracilis Mlt. (Thripidae): 
Lycoris sp 

Taeniothrips simplex (Mor.) (Thripidae) : 

Dianthus sp. (carnation) 

Gladiolus sp 

Gypsophila paniculata (babysbreath).. 

Orchid 

Polianthes tuberosa (tuberose) 

Rosa sp 

Taeniothrips xanthius Hood (Thripidae): 
Anthurium scherzerianum (anthuri- 
um). 

Targionia bromeliae ("Newst." Leon.) 
(Coccidae) : 

Ananas bracteatus 

Ananas sativus (pineapple) 

Targionia hartii (Ckll.) (Coccidae): 

Dioscorea sp. (yam) 



Dominican Republic 

Angola, British East 
Africa, Ethiopia, Por- 
tugal, Sumatra. 



Mexico. 



Hawaii, Philippines. 

Cuba 

Jamaica 



Cuba. . 
....do. 

do. 

....do- 



Canada 

Europe 

Scotland 

Union of South Africa- 
Japan 



Mexico. 
do.. 



do 

Venezuela. 

Mexico 

Cuba 



Japan. 



Brazil 

Azores, Cuba. 



Zingiber officinale (ginger) 

Targionia sacchari (Ckll.) (Coccidae): 
Saccharum officinarum (sugarcane). 



American Virgin Islands, 
Barbados, Cuba, St. 
Vincent. 

St. Lucia 



Bahamas, Cuba, Guate- 
mala, Puerto Rico, 
West Indies. 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Tex. 

Wash. 

Tex. 

N.J. 

Wash. 

N. Y. 

P.R. 
N.Y. 



Ariz. 



Calif. 



N.Y. 

Tex. 

N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 



Wash. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 
Dl. 

Wash. 

Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 

Fla.* 
Tex. 

Fla.* 

Hawaii. 



Hawaii.* 
Fla.*, N. Y. 

Fla.*, Mass., 
N. Y., P. R. 

N.Y. 

Fla.*, Mass., 
N.Y. 



SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 29 

List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June SO, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Insect and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



tion | entr y 



Prop- 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in- 



Teleonemia nigrina Champ. (Tingitidae) : 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Nerium oleander (oleander). 

Teleonemia scrupulosa Stal (Tingitidae): 

Chrysanthemum sp 

Rosa sp 

Tenthecoris bicolor Scott (Miridae): 

Cattleya gigas (orchid) 

Cattleya lueddemanniana 

Cattleya sp 



Mexico . 
....do.. 



.do. 

.do. 



Oncidium sp. (orchid). 
Orchid 



Tesserocerus dejeani Chapuis (Platypodi- 
dae): 

Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera). 

Tetraleurodes acaciae (Q.) (Aleyrodidae) : 
Laurus nobilis (Grecian laurel) 

Tetraleurodes mori (Q). (Aleyrodidae): 

Citrus sinensis (orange) 

Citrus sp 

Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 

Hibiscus sp 

Lippia sp 

Tetrapriocera longicornis (Oliv.) (Bostri- 
chidae) : 

Cedrus sp. (cedar) 

Thrips nigropilosus Uzel (Thripidae): 
Chrysanthemum sp 

Thyanta accerra McA. (Pentatomidae): 
Lactuca satira (lettuce) 

Toxotrypana curvicauda Gerst. (Euri- 
biidae) : 
Carica papaya (papaya) 

Trionymus sacchari (Ckll.) (Coccidae): 
Saccharum ofjlcinarum (sugarcane)... 



Vinsonia stellifera (Westw.) (Coccidae): 

Epidendrum ciliare (orchid) 

Jxora sp 

Orchid 



Colombia 

Venezuela 

Brazil, Colombia, Ven- 
ezuela. 
Guatemala 

Brazil, Colombia, Ven- 
ezuela. 



Guatemala. 
Mexico 



.do. 



.do. 
.do. 
.do. 
.do. 



Honduras. 
Canada... 
Mexico 



.do. 



Xanthophthalma concinnum Ckll. & Par. 
(Coccidae): 
Cocos nucifera (coconut) 

Xestocoris collinus (Dist.) (Lygaeidae): 
Cattleya bowringiana (orchid) 

Xyleborus affinis Eichh. (Scolytidae) : 

Cedrus sp. (cedar) 

Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera). 
Th eobroma sp 

Xyleborus confusus Eichh. (Scolytidae): 
Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera). 

Xyleborus fuscatus Eichh. (Scolytidae): 

Cedrus sp. (cedar) 

Guaiacum o'Ticinale (lignum vitae) 

Tabebuia donnell-smithii (primavera). 

Xyleborus macer Bldfd. (Scolytidae): 

Tabeb uia donnell-smith ii 

Xyleborus monigerus Bldfd. (Scolytidae) : 

Dendrobium phalaenopsis (orchid) 

Bendrobium spectabile 

Xyleborus propinquus Eichh. (Scolytidae) ; 

Cedrela sp 

Cedrus sp. (cedar) 

Citrus aurantifolia (lime) 

Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato)... 
S'xietenia mahogani (mahogany) 

Xylothrips flavipes (111.) (Bostrichidae): 
Wooden case with guttapercha 



American Virgin Is- 
lands, Canal Zone, 
Cuba, Mexico, Tahiti. 



Canal Zone 

British Honduras 

Canal Zone, Dominican 

Republic, Jamaica, 

Trinidad. 



Honduras. 



Guatemala. 

Honduras. . 
Guatamala. 
Brazil 



Guatemala, Mexico. 



Honduras. . 
Canal Zone. 
Mexico 



Guatemala. 



Australia. 
do.... 



Colombia.. 
Honduras. . 

Mexico 

do 

Guatemala. 



Java. 



Tex. 
Tex. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

Calif. 
N.J. 
N.J. 

N.J. 
N.J. 



N.Y. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 
Ariz. 
Tex. 
Ariz. 
Tex. 



N.Y. 

Hawaii. 

Tex. 



Tex. 

Calif.*, D. C. t 
N. Y., Tex. 



N.J. 
Fla.* 
D. C, P. 



La. 
N.J. 

N.Y. 

La. 
N. Y. 

La., N. Y. 

N. Y. 
N.Y. 
N.Y. 

La., N.Y. 

Calif.* 
Calif.* 

N.Y. 

N.Y. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

La. 

Mass. 



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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con, 





Country of origin 


Number of inter- 
ceptions in— 


Collected 




Insect and host 


Con- 
sump- 
tion 


Non- 
entrj r 


Prop- 
aga- 
tion 


in— 


Zabrotes subfasciatus (Boh.) (Bruehidae): 
Ananas sat'wus (pineapple) - _ . 


Cuba 

Brazil, Honduras, Mex- 
ico. 

Mexico 

do 

do 

Cuba 


1 

79 

3 

1 
1 






La. 
La., N. 

Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Tex. 
Calif.* 

D. C. 

Ariz. 
Tex. 
D. C. 
Tex. 
Tex. 




Bean. _ . _ . . 


4 




Y J 


Chrysanthemum sp _ . - - - - . 




Ly coper sicum esculentum (tomato) 








Ory?a sativa (lice) . ._ ... ___._. _ 








Phaseolus lunatus macrocarpus (Lima 

bean) . 
Phaseolus vulgaris 

Phaseolus sp. (string bean) . - 




3 
1 




Brazil. _. .. _ __ 








Mexico 

.-.do 


1 
1 
















BraziL . ... 




1 






Mexico 

do. 


5 

1 

























Hosts and insects 



ABIES: 

Chermes nusslini (Homoptera) 

ACACIA: 
Acanthoscelid.es sallaei (Coleoptera) 

ACER: 
Parlatoria theae (Homoptera) 
Sitona lineata (Coleoptera) 

ACHRAS: 

Coccus viridis (Homoptera) 

AGARICUS: 
Nemapogon granella (Lepidoptera) 

AGLAONEMA: 
Endrosis lacteetla (Lepidoptera) 

ALLIUM CEPA: 
Aeolus dorsalis (Coleoptera) 
Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera) 
Draeculacephala minerva (Hemiptera) 
Epilachna varivestis (Coleoptera) 
Helichus productus (Coleoptera) 

ALLIUM SATIVUM: 
Exptochiomeia fuscicornis (Hemiptera) 
Ligyrocoris nitidulus (Hemiptera) 
Setomorpha insectella (Lepidoptera) 

ALTHAEA: 
Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera) 

ALYXIA: 
Ceroplastes rubens (Homoptera) 

AMARYLLIS: 
Anaphothrips orchidii (Thysanoptera) 

AMYGDALUS COMMUNIS: 
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera) 

AMYGDALUS PERSICA: 
Anastrepha Judens (Diptera) 
Conotrachelus nenuphar (Coleoptera) 
Conotrachelus seniculus (Coleoptera) 

AMYGDALUS PERSICA NECTARINA: 
Endrosis lacteella (Lepidoptera) 
Pseudococcus gahani (Homoptera) 

ANANAS: 
Acroleucus vicinalis (Hemiptera) 
Alpheias consphata (Lepidoptera) 
Clerada apicicornis (Hemiptera) 
Cossonus excavatus (Coleoptera) 
Drasterius cribratus (Coleoptera) 
Iridomyrmex humilis (Hymenoptera) 
Kalotermes minor (Isoptera) 
Ligyrocoris litioiosus (Hemiptera) 
Ligyrocoris nitidicollis (Hemiptera) 
Ribua innoxia (Lepidoptera) 
Sisamnes contractus (Hemiptera) 
Targionia bromeliae (Homoptera) 
Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera) 

ANNONA: 
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera) 
Pseudischnaspis alienus (Homoptera) 
Pseudischnaspis bowreyi (Homoptera) 



ANTHURIUM: 

Ceroplastes rubens (Homoptera) 
Pulvinaria floccifera (Homoptera) 
Taeniothrips xanthius (Thysanoptera) 

ANTIRRHINUM: 
Allocoris incognita (Hemiptera) 
Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Hemiptera) 
Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera) 
Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera) 
Phenacoccus gossypii (Homoptera) 

APIUM: 
Anuraphis apiifolia (Homoptera) 
Philophylla heraclei (Diptera) 

ARALIA: 
Spragueia leo (Lepidoptera) 

ARUNDINARIA: 
Antonina crawii (Homoptera) 
Antonina tobai (Homoptera) 
Chionaspis elongata (Homoptera) 
Kuwanaspis pseudoleucaspis (Homoptera) 
Kuwanaspis vermiformis (Homoptera) 
Odonaspis penicillata (Homoptera) 

ASTER: 
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera) 

ASTROPHYTUM— See Cactaceae 

ATTALEA: 

Aspidiotus spinosus (Homoptera) 

AUCUBA: 
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera) 

AZALEA: 
Gracilaria azaleella (Lepidoptera) 
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera) 
Pseudaonidia paeoniae (Homoptera) 
Stephanitis pyrioides (Hemiptera) 

BAMBOO: 
Asterolecanium miliaris longum (Homoptera) 
Formosaspis formosanus (Homoptera) 
Heterobostrychus aequalis (Coleoptera) 
Laemotmetus rhizophagoides (Coleoptera) 
Lyctoxylon japonum (Coleoptera) 
Myocalandra discors (Coleoptera) 

BAMBUSA: 
Antonina crawi (Homoptera) 
Asterolecanium bambusae (Homoptera) 
Asterolecanium bambusicola (Homoptera) 
Asterolecanium miliaris (Homoptera) 
Chaetococcus bambusae (Homoptera) 
Odonapis greeni (Homoptera) 
Odonaspis penicillata (Homoptera) 

BANANA DEBRIS: 
Metamasius sericeus (Coleoptera) 
Metamasius sericeus carbonarius (Coleoptera) 

BEAN: 
Callosobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera) 
Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera) 

BERBERIS: 
Liosomaphis berberidis (Homoptera) 



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Hosts and insects — Continued 



BERTHOLLETIA: 

Stephanoderes buscki (Coleopter*) 

BETA VULGARIS: 
Brochymena sulcata (Remiptera) 
Hyphantria textor (Lepidoptera) 

BETA VULGARIS CICLA: 
Caulotops agavis (Heraiptera) 
Conotrachelus seniculus (Coleoptera) 
Empoasca abrupta (Kemiptera) 
Epilachna varivestis (Coleoptera) 
Phyllotreta pusilla (Coleoptera) 

BRASSAVOLA— See Orcliidaceae 

BRASSIA— See Orchidaceae 

BRASSICA ALBA: 
Cyrtopelfis varians (Hemiptera) 
Hellula phidilealis (Lepidoptera) 

BRASSICA CAMPESTRIS: 
Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma (Coleoptera) 
Psylliodes chrysocephala (Coleoptera) 

BRASSICA CHINENSIS: 

Ceratocapsus cubanus (Hemiptera) 
Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Hemiptera) 
Hellula phidilealis (Lepidoptera) 
Liriomyza flaveola (Diptera) 
Nysius expressus (Hemiptera) 
Orthaea scutellata (Hemiptera) 
Ozophora burmeisteri (Kemiptera) 
Phyllotreta vittata discedens (Coleoptera) 
Stictocephala rotundata (Hemiptera) 
System basalis (Coleoptera) 

BRASSICA OLERACEA: 
Psylliodes chrysocephala (Coleoptera) 

BRASSICA OLERACEA ACEPHALA: 
Hellula phidilealis (Lepidoptera) 
Liriomyza flaveola (Diptera) 
Sysfena basalis (Coleoptera) 

BRASSICA OLERACEA BOTRYTIS: 
Pionea forficalis (Lepidoptera) 

BRASSICA OLERACEA CAPITATA: 
Parathra brassicae (Lepidoptera) 
Eumecosomyia nubila (Diptera) 
Hellula undalis (Lepidoptera) 
Metriona profligata (Coleoptera) 
Nabis punctipennis (Hemiptera) 

BRASSICA RAPA: 
Catorhintha guttula (Hemiptera) 
Ceratocapsus puvctulatus (Hemiptera) 
Ceutorhynchus pleuorstigma (Coleoptera) 
Cyrtopeltis varians (Hemiptera) 
Dactylosternum abdominale (Coleoptera) 
Hellula phidilealis (Lepidoptera) 
Hyphantria textor (Lepidoptera) 
Nabis alternata (Hemiptera) 
Nysius minutus (Hemiptera) 
Nysius monticola (Hemiptera) 
Phyllotreta pusilla (Coleoptera) 
Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera) 
Psylliodes chrysocephala (Coleoptera) 

BRASSICA SP. (mustard) 
Conoderus bifoveatus (Coleoptera) 
Cymoninus notabilis (Hemiptera) 
Cyrtopeltis tenuis (Hemiptera) 
Cyrtopeltis varians (Hemiptera) 
Deloyala lecontei (Coleoptera) 
Draeculacephala minerva (Hemiptera) 
Euphrytus parvicollis (Coleoptera) 
Geocoris sonoraensis (Hemiptera) 
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera) 
Hellula phidilealis (Lepidoptera) 
Hellula undalis (Lepidoptera) 
Hyphantria textor (Lepidoptera) 
Iridomyrmex humilis (Hymenoptera) 
Leucopoecila albofasciata (Hemiptera) 
Liriomyza flaveola (Coleoptera) 
Lygus elisus (Hemiptera) 
Lygus hesperius (Hemiptera) 
Nabis alternatus (Hemiptera) 
Nysius minutus (Hemiptera) 
Phlepsius distinctus (Hemiptera) 
Phyllotreta pusilla (Coleoptera) 
Phyllotreta vittata discedens (Coleoptera) 
Pyropus sapphirinus (Coleoptera) 
Systena basalis (Coleoptera) 
BROMELIAD: 

Gymnaspis aechmeae (Homoptera) 
CACTACEAE: 
Amphicerus cornutus (Coleoptera) 
Calymmaderus oblongus (Coleoptera) 
Chelinidea canyoni (Hemiptera) 
Chelinidea vittiger aequoris (Hemiptera) 



CACTACEAE— Continued. 
Lepidosaphes philococcus (Homoptera) 
Ligyrocoris nitidicollis (Hemiptera) 
Pseudodiaspis yuccae (Homoptera) 
Puto mexicanus (Homoptera) 
Puto yuccae (Homoptera) 
Setomorpha insectella (Lepidoptera) 

CAESALPIXIA CORIARIA: 
Acanthosc elides dominicanus (Coleoptera) 

CAJANUS: 
Acanthoscelides armitagei (Coleoptera) 
Callosobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera) 

CALAMUS: 
Dinoderus bifoveolatus (Coleoptera) 

CALLUXA: 
Corcyra cephalonica (Lepidoptera) 
Micrelus ericae (Coleoptera) 
Taeniothrips ericae (Thysanoptera) 

CAMELLIA: 
Aspidiotus degeneratus (Homoptera) 
Ceroplastes ceriferus (Homoptera) 
Ceroplastes floridensis (Homoptera) 
Ceroplastes rubens (Homoptera) 
Lepidosaphes camelliae (Homoptera) 
Parlatoria camelliae (Homoptera) 
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera) 
Pseudaonidia paeoniae (Homoptera) 

CAN A V ALIA: 
Cosmolyce boeticus (Lepidoptera) 

CAPSICUM: 
Dikraneura kunzei (Hemiptera) 
Draeculacephala portola (Hemiptera) 
Euxesta stigmatias (Diptera) 
Faustinus cubae (Coleoptera) 
Gnorimoschema gudmannella (Lepidoptera)' 
Hyphantria textor (Lepidoptera) 
Lorita abornana chatka (Lepidoptera) 
Mozena lunata (Hemiptera) 
Platynota rostrana (Lepidoptera) 
Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera) 
Pronotacantha annulata (Hemiptera) 

CARICA: 
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera) 
^organella longispina (Homoptera) 
Pseudoparlatoria ostreata (Homoptera) 
loxotrypana curvicauda (Diptera) 

CASIMIROA: 
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera) 

CASSIA: 
Aganectesis indecora (Lepidoptera) 
Phelomerus aberrans (Coleoptera) 
Phormesium virgulatum (Coleoptera) 

CASTANEA: 
Laspeyresia splendana (Lepidoptera) 

CATTLEYA— See Orchidaceae 

CEDRELA: 
Xyleborus propinquus (Coleoptera) 

CEDRUS: 
Brentus mexicanus (Coleoptera) 
Dactylosternum abdominale (Coleoptera) 
Hypsipyla grandella (Lepidoptera) 
Tetrapriocera longicornis (Coleoptera) 
Xyleborus afflnis (Coleoptera) 
Xyleborus fuscatus (Coleoptera) 
Xyleborus propinquus (Coleoptera) 

CELOSIA: 

Exptcchiomera fuscicornis (Hempitera) 

CENTAUREA: 
Geocnethus semilevis (Hemiptera) 

CEPHALOCEREUS— See Cactaceae 

CHENOPODIUM: 
Epicauta pardalis (Coleoptera) 
Glyptina atriventris (Coleoptera) 
Hyalopterus atriplicis (Homoptera) 

CHRYSANTHEMUM: 
Aeolus dorsalis (Coleoptera) 
Amorbia emigratella (Lepidoptera) 
Anacenlrinus deplanatus (Coleoptera) 
Chaetopsis julvifrons (Diptera) 
Corythucha morrilli (Hemiptera) 
Cymoninus notabilis (Hemiptera) 
Empoasca abrupta (Hemiptera) 
Entylia sinuata (Hemiptera) 
Exptochiomera minima (Hemiptera) 
Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera) 
Geocnethus semilevis (Hemiptera) 
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera) 
Iridomyrmex pruinosus (Hymenoptera) 
Ligyrocoris aurivilliana (Hemiptera) 
Ligyrocoris setosw (Hemiptera) 



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Hosts and insects — Continued 



CHRYSANTHEMUM— Continued. 

Nabis alternatus (Hemiptera) 
Ollarianus strictus (Hemiptera) 
Phenacoccus gossypii (Homoptera) 
Polymerus basalis (Hemiptera) 
Systena basalis (Coleoptera) 
Teleonemia nigrina (Hemiptera) 
Teleonemia scrupulosa (Hemiptera) 
Thrips nigropilosus (Thysanoptera) 
Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera) 

CHRYSOPHYLLUM: 
Asterolecanium pustulans (Homoptera) 
Pulrinaria psidii (Homoptera) 

CICER: 
Callosobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera) 
Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera) 
Caulophilus latinasvs (Coleoptera) 

CITRUS AURANTIFOLIA: 
Aleurocanthus woglumi (Homoptera) 
Chrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera) 
Gnathot? ichus consentaneus (Coleoptera) 
Parlatoria cinerea (Homoptera) 
Parlatona ziziphus (Homoptera) 
Xyleborus propinquus (Coleoptera) 

CITRUS AURANTIUM: 
Aleurocanthus woglumi (Homoptera) 
Dialeur odes cilri (Homoptera) 
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera) 

CITRUS GRANDIS: 
Anastrepha fraterculus (Diptera) 
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera) 
Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera) 
Anastrepha suspensa (Diptera) 
Parlatoria ziziphus (Homoptera) 

CITRUS LIMETTA: 
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera) 

CITRUS LIMONIA: 
Aleurothrixus howardi (Homoptera) 
Chrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera) 

CITRUS NOBILIS DELICIOSA: 
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera) 
Chionaspis yanonensis (Homoptera) 
Chrysomphalus bifasciculatus (Homoptera) 
Pailatoria ziziphus (Homoptera) 
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera) 

CITRUS SINENSIS: 
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera) 
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera) 
Chionaspis yanonensis (Homoptera) 
Coccus viridis (Homoptera) 
Dialeurodes citri (Homoptera) 
Parlatoria cinerea (Homoptera) 
Tetraleurodes moii (Homoptera) 

CITRUS SP.: 
Dialeurode" citrifolii (Homoptera) 
Frankliniella ctibensis (Thysanoptera) 
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera) 
Parlatoria cinerea (Homoptera) 
Tetraleurodes mori (Homoptera) 

COCOS: 
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera) 
Ceroplastes rubens (Homoptera) 
Xanthophthalma concinnum (Homoptera) 

CODIAEUM: 
Lepidosaphes lasianthi (Homoptera) 
Parlatoria crotonis (Homoptera) 

COFFEA: 
Ceratxtis capitata (Diptera) 
Coccus viridis (Homoptera) 
Leucoptera coffeella (Lenidoptera) 
Stephanoderes hampei (Coleoptera) 

CORDYLINE: 
Aonidiella inornata (Homoptera) 

CORIANDRUM: 
Liriomyza flaveola (Diptera) 
Platynota rosfrana (Lepidoptera) 
Phyilotrefa vUtata discedens (Coleoptera) 

CORYLOPSIS: 
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera) 

CRATAEGUS: 
Rhaqoletis pomonella (Diptera) 

CRINUM: 
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera) 

CUCURBITA: 
Eumecosomyia nubila (Diptera) 
Ligyrocoris abdominalis (Hemiptera) 

CYDONIA: 
Aastrepha ludens (Diptera) 

CYMBIDIUM— See Orchidaceae 

CYPRIPEDIUM— See Orchidaceae 



DAHLIA: 

Centrinaspis picumnus (Coleoptera) 
Ollarianus strictus (Hemiptera) 
Onychobaris ambigua (Coleoptera) 

DAISY: 
Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera) 
Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera) 
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera) 

DAUCUS: 
Amphicerus cornutus (Coleoptera) 
Brochymena sulcata (Hemiptera) 
Corythucha morrilli (Hemiptera) 
Draeculacephala minerva (Hemiptera) 
Empoasca abrupta (Hemiptera) 
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera) 
Hyphantria textor (Lepidoptera) 
Phyllotreta pusilla (Coleoptera) 

DELPHINIUM: 
Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera) 
Opsius stactogalus (Hemiptera) 

DENDROBIUM— See Orchidaceae 

DERRIS: 
Dinoderus bifoveolatus (Coleoptera) 
Sinoxylon anale (Coleoptera) 
Sinoxylon conigerum (Coleoptera) 

DIANTHUS: 
Brachyrhinus ovatus (Coleoptera) 
Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera) 
Haplothrips cottei (Thysanoptera) 
Taeniothrips atratus (Thysanoptera) 
7 aeniothrips dianthi (Thysanoptera) 
7 aeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera) 

DIGITARIA: 
Antonina indica (Homoptera) 

DIOCLEA: 

Cosmolyce boeticus (Lepidoptera) 
Maruca testulalis (Lepidoptera) 

DIOSCOREA: 
Palaeopus costicollis (Coleoptera) 
Setomorpha insectella (Lepidoptera) 
7 argionia hartii (Homoptera) 

DIOSPYROS: 

Corcyra cephalonica (Lepidoptera) 
Phaedon incertum (Coleoptera) 

DOMBEYA: 
Pinnaspis minor strachani (Homoptera) 

ENCEPHALARTOS: 
Diaspis zamiae (Homoptera) 

EPIDENDRUM— See Orchidaceae 

ERIOBOTRYA 
Lepidomphes conchiformis (Homoptera) 

EUCHARIS: 
Setomorpha insectella (Lepidoptera) 

EUGENIA: 
Aonidiella eugeniae (Homoptera) 
Asterolecanium pustulans (Homoptera) 
Chrysomphalus rossi (Homoptera) 
Neoclytus cacicus (Coleoptera) 
Pseudaonidia clavigera (Homoptera) 

EUPHORIA: 
Pinnaspis minor strachani (Homoptera) 

FICUS: 
Amphicerus cornutus (Coleoptera) 
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera) 
Ceroplastes rusci (Homoptera) 
Gynaikothrips uzeli (Thysanoptera) 

FRAGARIA: 
Conotrachelus leucophaeatus (Coleoptera) 
Exptochiomera oblonga (Hemiptera) 
Ligyrocoris auririlliana (Hemiptera) 
Ligyrocoris nitidicollis (Hemiptera) 
Ort'haea scutellata (Hemiptera) 

FRAXINUS: 
Leperisinus fraxini (Coleoptera) 

FUCHSIA: 
Brachyrhinus armadillo (Coleoptera) 

GARDENIA: 
Acroleucus tullus (Hemiptera) 
Ceroplastes floridensis (Homoptera) 
Coccus viridis (Homoptera) 
Draeculacephala portola (Hemiptera) 
Euphalerus nidifex (Hemiptera) 
Euryophthalmus bipvstulatus (Hemiptera) 
Frankliniella cephalica (Thysanoptera) 
Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera) 
Haplothrips gouuleyi (Thysanoptera) 
Metriona erratica (Coleoptera) 
Podisus acutissimus (Hemiptera) 
Podisus rubromaculatus (Hemiptera) 
Protopulvinaria pyrifcrmis (Homoptera) 



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Hosts and insects — Continued 



GARDENIA— Continued. 
Pulvinaria psidii (Homoptera) 
Tetraleurodes mori (Homoptera) 

GERBERIA: 
FranklinieUa insularis (Thysanoptera) 
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera) 

GINKGO: 
Homona menciana (Lepidoptera) 

GLADIOLUS: 
FranklinieUa fortissimo (Thysanoptera) 
Haplotkrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera) 
Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera) 

GOSSYPIUM: 

Corey) a cephalonica (Lepidoptera) 
Onthophagus marg'inatus (Coleoptera) 
Pedinophora gossypiella (Lepidoptera) 

GUAIACUM: 
Laemophloeus iteratus (Coleoptera) 
Neodytus cacicus (Coleoptera) 
Platypus poriferus (Coleoptera) 
Xyleborvs fuscatus (Coleoptera) 

GYPSOPHILA: 
Ligyrocoris nilidicollis (Hemiptera) 
Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera) 

HAWORTHIA: 
Hercinothrips dimidiatus (Thysanoptera) 

HELLEBORUS: 
Limothrips denticornis (Thysanoptera) 
Phvllotrtta atra (Coleoptera) 

HIBISCUS: 
Aster olecanium pustulans (Homoptera) 
Crocidosema phbeiana (Lepidoptera) 
Ptalius hibisci (Homoptera) 
Pedinophora gossypiella (Lepidoptera) 
Pseudaonidia davigera (Homoptera) 
Pseudaonidia tesserata (Homoptera) 
Tetraleurodes mori (Homoptera) 

HYMENAEA: 
Rhinochenus stiama (Coleoptera) 

INDOCALAMUS: 
Anfonina crawi (Homoptera) 

IPOMOEA: 

Cylas formicarius (Coleoptera) 
Cylas pundicollis (Coleoptera) 
Cylas turcipennis (Coleoptera) 
Euscepes postfasdatus (Coleoptera) 
Euxesta notata (Diptera) 
Palaeopus costicollis (Coleoptera) 

IRIS: 
FranklinieUa fortissima (Thysanoptera) 
Pseudococcus boninsis (Homoptera) 

IXORA: 

Vinsonia stdlifera (Homoptera) 

JASMINUM: 

FranklinieUa cubensis (Thysanoptera) 

JUGLANS: 

Brontes australis (Coleoptera) 
Platypus australis (Coleoptera) 

JUNIPERUS: 
Lepidosaphes pallida (Homoptera) 

LACTUCA: 
Athens fusdpes (Hemiptera) 
Baldulus elimafus (Hemiptera) 
Colecerus marmoratus (Coleoptera) 
Corythucha morriUi (Hemiptera) 
Delphacodes koebelei (Hemiptera") 
Draeculacephala balli (Hemiptera) 
Draeculacephala minerva (Hemiptera) 
Draeculacephala portola ) Hemiptera) 
Empcasca fabae (Hemiptera) 
Empoasca phaseola (Hemiptera) 
Empoasca sdana (Hemiptera) 
Epilachna varicestis (Coleoptera) 
Eumecosomyia nubila (Diptera) 
Feltia subterranea (Lepidoptera) 
Leucopoecila aJbofasciata (Hemiptera) 
Ligyrocoris aurivilliana (Hemiptera) 
Ligyrocoris nitidulus (Hemiptera) 
Lygaeus lateralis (Hemiptera) 
Lygus championi (Hemiptera) . 
Lygus sallei (Hemiptera) 
Macrosteles divisus (Hemiptera) 
Naucles pusio (Coleoptera) 
Phlepsius distindus-CKemiptera) 
Placosternus crinicornis (Coleoptera) 
Fhynchiles mexicanus (Coleoptera) 
Sixeonotus areolaris (Hemiptera) 
Thyanta accerra (Hemiptera) 



LARIX: 

Echinocnemus bipundatus (Coleoptera) 

LATHYRUS: 
Bruchus affinis (Coleoptera) 
Bruchus tristiculus (Coleoptera) 
FranklinieUa fortissima (Thysanoptera) 

LAURUP: 
Aonidia laun (lomoptera) 
Aspidictus spinosus CHomoptera) 
Homalodisca triguetra (Hemiptera) 
Tnglisia vifrca (Homoptera) 
Pseudaonidia trilobitijormis (Homoptera) 
Tetraleurodes acadae (Homoptera) 

LENS: 
Bruchus lentis (Coleoptera) 

LILIUM: 
Calfidium rufipenne (Coleoptera) 
FranklinieUa fortissima (Thysanoptera) 
Liothrips raneeckei (Thysanoptera) 
Phenacoccus gossypii (Homoptera) 

LIMONIUM: 
Ptinus huesanus (Coleoptera) 

LINGNANIA: 
Chaetococcus bambusae (Homoptera) 

LINUM: 
Aleyrodes spiraeoides (Homoptera) 

LIPPIA: 

Tetraleurodes mori (Homoptera) 

LITCHI: 

Fiorinia nephdii (Homoptera) 

LONCHOCARPUP: 
Dinoderus bifoveotatus (Coleoptera) 

LYCASTE— See Orchidaceae 

LYCOPERSICUM: 
Amorbia emigratella (Lepidoptera) 
Aufeivs impressicollis (Hemiptera) 
Cossonus canaliculatus (Coleoptera) 
Exptochiomer a minima (Hemiptera) 
Forse'va perlaeta (Lepidoptera) 
FranklinieUa fortissima (Thysanoptera) 
Gnathotrichus denticulatus (Coleoptera) 
Keiferia lycopersicella (Lepidoptera) 
Lineodes integra (Lepidoptera) 
Lorita abornana chatka (Lepidoptera) 
Lygaeus lateralis (Hemiptera) 
Platynota stultana (Lepidoptera) 
Xyleborus propinquus (Coleoptera) 
7abrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera) 

LYCORIS: 

Taeniothrips gracilis (Thysanoptera) 

MAGNOLIA: 
Ceroplastes rubens (Homoptera) 
Neolecanium cornuparvum (Homoptera) 
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera) 
Ptinus tedus (Coleoptera) 

MALUS: 
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera) 
Ceratilis capitata (Diptera) 
Epidiaspis piricola (Homoptera) 
Graphohthia molesta (Lepidoptera) 
Lepidosaphes condiformis (Homoptera) 
Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera) 
Phagoletis pomonella (Diptera) 

MALVA: 
Apion longirostre (Coleoptera) 

MALVAVISCUS: 
Euryophthalmus bipustulatus (Hemiptera) 
Hypselonotus fulvus (Hemiptera) 

MAMMEA: 
Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera) 
Aspidiotus spinosus (Homoptera) 

MANGIFERA: 
Anastrepha ludens (Diptera) 
Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans (Diptera) 
Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera) 
Aulacuspis mangiferae (Homoptera) 
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera) 
leery a seychellarum (Homoptera) 
Leucaspis indica (Homoptera) 
PhenacQspis. eugeniae (Homoptera) 
Sternochetus mangiferae (Coleoptera) 
MAXILLARIA— See Orchidaceae 
MEDICAGO: 
Artipus floridanus (Coleoptera) 
FranklinieUa fortissima (Thysanoptera) 
Liriomyza flaveola (Diptera) 
MENTHA: 

Corizus pundatus (Hemiptera) 



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MOR1NGA: 

Stephanoderes guatemalensis (Coleoptera) 

MYRICARIA: 
Pseudaonidia clavigera (Homoptera) 

MYRTILLO CACTUS— See Cactaceae 

MUSA PARADISIACA: 
Platynota rostrana (Lepidoptera) 

MUSA: 
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera) 
Aspidiotus palmae (Homoptera) 
Ceratopus bisignatus (Coleoptera) . 
Chrysomphalus umboniferus (Homoptera) 
Conotrachelus flavangulus (Coleoptera) 
Deloyala guttata (Coleoptera) 
Metamasnis sericeus (Coleoptera) 
Strategus simson (Coleoptera) 

NARCISSUS: 
Endrosis lacteella (Lepidoptera) 

NERlUM: 
Asterolecanium pustulans (Homoptera) 
Frankliniella fortissimo (Thysanoptera) 
Haplothrips gowaeyi (Thysanoptera) 
MorganeUa longispina (Homoptera) 
Teleonemia nigrina (Hemiptera) 

ODONTOGLOSSUM— See Orchidaceae 

ONCIDlUM— See Orchidaceae 

ORBIGNYA: 
Pachymerus olearius (Coleoptera) 

ORCHIDACEAE: 
Acroleucus vicinalis (Hemiptera) 
Anaphothrips orchidoceus (Thysanoptera) 
Aspidiotus coryphae (Homoptera) 
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera) 
Aspidiotus palmae (Homoptera) 
Asterolecanium aureum (Homoptera) 
Cacoscelis scriptipennis (Coleoptera) 
Calymmus cucullatus (Coleoptera) 
Chrysomphalus alienus (Homoptera) 
Chrysomphalus biformis (Homoptera) 
Chrysomphalus rossi (Homoptera) 
Cleraia apicicomis (Hemiptera) 
Cligenes picturata (Hemiptera) 
Conchatpis arraeci (Homoptera) 
Eucalandra sztulosa (Coleoptera) 
Eurycipitia vestitus (Hemiptera) 
Eurytoma orchidearum (Hymenoptera) 
Exptochiomera oblonga (Hemiptera) 
Fulvius quadristilllaius (Hemiptera) 
Furcaspis biformis (Homoptera) 
Geocneihus niarocinctus (Hemiptera) 
Halisidota inexpectata ( Lepidoptera) 
Hercinothrivs errans (Thysanoptera) 
Ilercinofhrips femoralis (Thysanoptera) 
Jridomyrmex iniquus niqella (Hymenoptera) 
Jridomijrmcx melleus (Hymenoptera) 
Iridom'i/rmex melleus var. (Hymenoptera) 
Lecaniodiaspis dendrobii (Homoptera) 
Lepidosaphes tuberculata (Homoptera) 
Leu cos pi.^. cockerel I i (Homoptera) 
Liqurocoris uitidicollis (Hemiptera) 
Morddlistena cattleyana (Coleoptera) 
Mordellistena chapini (Coleoptera) 
Mormidea collaris (Hemiptera) 
Myochrous denticollis (Coleoptera) 
Nasutitcrmes cornigera (Isoptera) 
Orchidophilus aternmus (Coleoptera) 
O?ophora gracilipes (Hemiptera) 
Paragonatm divergens (Hemiptera) 
Para/lclodiplosis caltleyae (l)iptera) 
Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus (Homoptera) 
Pinnaspis toirnsendi (Homoptera) 
Planiodera thymafoides (Coleoptera) 
Pseudischnaspis alienus (Homoptera) 
Pseudischnaspis boureyi (Homoptera) 
l^seudococcus lilacinus (Homoptera) 
I'seulococcus nipae (Homoptera) 
Pvlvinaria floccifera (Homoptera) 
Puto mexicanus (Homoptera) 
Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera) 
Tenthecoris bicolor (Hemiptera) 
Vinsonia stellifera (Homoptera) 
Xestocoris col/inux (Hemiptera) 
Xiileborus moniqcrus (Coleoptera) 

ORNITHOGALUM: 
Frankliniella schultzei (Thysanoptera) 
Taeniothrips fumosa (Thysanoptera) 

ORYZA: 
Chilo simplex (Lepidoptera) 
Corcyra cephafonica (Lepidoptera) 
Schoenobius bipunctiferus (Lepidoptera) 
Zabrotes subfasciatm (Coleoptera) 



PACHYCEREUS— See Cactaceae 
PANAX: 

Pseudaonidia tesserata (Homoptera) 
PELARGOxVIUM: 

Phenacoccus gossypii (Homoptera) 
PENTAS: 

Frankliniella insularis (Thysanoptera) 
PERSEA: 

Anastrepha ludens (Diptera) 

Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera) 

Aspidiotus howardi (Homoptera) 

Aspidiotus spinosus (Homoptera) 

Conotrachelus aguacatae (Coleoptera) 

Hedipus lauri (Coleoptera) 
PETROLSELINUM: 

Draeculacephala minerm (Hemiptera) 

Geocoris sonoraensis (Hemiptera) 

Lygus elisus (Hemiptera) 
PHALAENOPSIS— See Orchidaceae 
PHASEOLUS ANGULARIS: 

Cal/osobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera) 
PHASEOLUS AUREUS: 

Callosobruchus analis (Coleoptera) 

Callosobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera) 

Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera) 
PHASEOLUS LUNATUS MACROCARPUS: 

Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera) 
PHASEOLUS RADIATUS: 

Callosobruchus chinensis (Coleoptera) 
PHASEOLUS VULGARIS: 

Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera) 
PHASEOLUS SP. (string bean): 

Callosobruchus analis (Coleoptera) 

Dacus cucurbitae (Diptera) 

Delphacodes campestris (Hemiptera) 

Epilachna varwstis (Coleoptera) 

Epinotia opposita (Lepidoptera) 

Ecitianus obscuiinervis (Hemiptera) 

Frankliniella forlissima (Thysanoptera) 

Ktifena lycopersicella (Lepidoptera) 

Ligyrocoris rubricatus (Hemiptera) 

Maruca testnlalis (Lepidoptera) 

Ozophora pallescens (Hemiptera) 

Sternechus paludatus (Coleoptera) 

Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera) 
PHOENIX: 

Coccotrypes dactiiliperda (Coleoptera) 
PHYLLOSTACHYS: 

Aphis bambusae (Homoptera) 

Kuwanaspis pseudxHeucaspis (Homoptera) 

Kuwanaspis vermiformis (Homoptera) 
PHYSALIS: 

Gnorimoschema lavcrnella (Lepidoptera) 
PHYTELEPHAS: 

Coccotrypes dactyliperda (Coleoptera) 
PIN US: 

Gastrodes paciricus (Hemiptera) 

Matsucoccus matsumurae (Homoptera) 

Oxycetonia jucunda (Coleoptera) 

Paronius longulus (Hemiptera) 
PISTACIA: 

Eurytoma pistaciae (Hymenoptera) 
PISUM: 

Conotrachelus seniculus (Coleoptera) 

Cosmo! yce boeticus (Lepidoptera) 

Draeculacephala mineiva (Hemiptera) 

Prairiana sidana (Hemiptera) 
PITHECOLOBIUM: 

Acanthoscelides flexicaulis (Coleoptera) 
PITTOSPORUM: 

Pvlvinaria psidii (Homoptera) 
PLATANUS: 

Chionaspis platani (Homoptera) 
PLUMERIA: 

Coccus viridis (Homoptera) 
PODALYRIA: 

Bruchidius versicolor (Coleoptera) 
POLIANTHES: 

Frankliniella fortissima (Thysanoptera) 

Taeniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera) 
PORTULACA: 

Erynephala puncficollis (Coleoptera) 

Eumecosomyia nubi/a (Diptera) 

Exptochiomera ari-onensis (Hemiptera) 

Ligyrocoris nitidulus (Hemiptera) 

Nysius minutus (Hemiptera) 
PROSOPIS: 

Anoplium truncatum (Coleoptera) 

Apatides fottis (Coleoptera) 

Colecerus marmoratus (Coleoptera) 

Kalotermes marginipennis (Isoptera) 



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PROSOPIS— Continued. 
Laspeyusia membrosa (Lepidoptera) 
Neuroctenus simplex (Hemiptera) 
Rhipibruchus picturatus (Coleoptera) 
Romaleum rufulum (Coleoptera) 

PRUNUS DOMESTICA: 
Anthonomus scutellaris (Coleoptera) 
Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera) 

PRUNUS SP. (cherry): 
Lecanium coryli (Homoptera) 

PRUNUS SP.: 
Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera) 
Parlatoria theae (Homoptera) 

PSIDIUM: 
Anastrepl.a mombinpraeoptans (Diptera) 
Anastrepha suspensa (Diptera) 

PTYCHOSPERMA: 
Coccotrypes rolliniae (Coleoptera) 

PUERARIA: 
Callosobruchus ademptus (Coleoptera) 

PUNICA: 

Colaspis viriditincta (Coleoptera) 

PYROLA: 
Aleuroplatus myricae (Homoptera) 

PYRUS: 
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera) 
Epidiaspis piricola (Homoptera) 
Lepidosaphes conchiformis (Homoptera) 

RAPHANUS: 
Braeculacephala minerva (Hemiptera) 
Hellula phidilealis (Lepidoptera) 
Hellula undalis (Lepidoptera) 
Macrosteles divisus (Hemiptera) 
Nabis alternatus (Hemiptera) 
Phyllotreta pusilla (Coleoptera) 
Phyllotreta rittata discedens (Coleoptera) 

RHODODENDRON: 
Amphorophora rhododendri (Homoptera) 
Dialeurodes chittend°ni (Homoptera) 
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera) 

RIBES: 
Parlatoria oleae (Homoptera) 

ROSA: 
Allocoris incognita (Hemiptera) 
Exptochiomera minima (Hemiptera) 
Franklinielli cephalira (Thysanoptera) 
FranklinieUa cubensis (Thysanoptera) 
Frankliniella difficilis (Thysanoptera) 
FranklinieUa fortissimo (Thysanoptera) 
FranklinieUa insularis (Thysanoptera) 
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera) 
Tneniothrips simplex (Thysanoptera) 
Teleonemia scrupulosa (Hemiptera) 

ROYSTONEA: 
Aspidiotus aestructor (Homoptera) 
Aspidiotus spinosus (Homoptera) 

SACCHARUM: 
Chilo loftini (Lepidoptera) 
Braeculacephala minerva (Hemiptera) 
Pseudococcus boninsis (Homoptera) 
Targionia sacchari (Homoptera) 
Trionymus sacchari (Homoptera) 

SALIX: 
Agromyza salicis (Diptera) 
Chalcolepidius uebbi (Coleoptera) 
Gypona delta (Hemiptera) 

SAMANEA: 
Anypsipyla univitella (Lepidoptera) 

SAMBUCUS: 
Amphicerus cornutus (Coleoptera) 
Micrapate scapularis (Coleoptera) 

SAPOTE: 
Anastrepha serpentina (Diptera) 

SCHIZOSTACHYUM: 

Formosaspis nigra (Homoptera) 

SCHOMBURGKIA— See Orchidaceae 

SEMIARUNDINARIA: 
Kuwanaspis pseudoleucaspis (Homoptera) 

SERJANIA: 
Dinoderus bifoveolatus (Coleoptera) 

SESBANIA: 
Eudiagogus pulcher (Coleoptera) 

SINOBAMBUSA: 
Antonina crawi (Homoptera) 
Kuwanaspis pseudoleucaspis (Homoptera) 
Kuwanaspis vermiformis (Homoptera) 

SOIL: 
Ataenius cribrithorax (Coleoptera) 



SOLANUM MELONGENA: 

Anthonomus varipes (Coleoptera) 
Metamasium sericeus (Coleoptera) 
Pachyzancla perivsahs (Lepidoptera) 
Platynota rostrana (Lepidoptera) 
Platynota stultana (Coleoptera) 

SOLANUM TUBEROSUM: 
Epicaerus cognatus (Coleoptera) 
Gnorimoschema plaesiosema (Lepidoptera) 
Lygaevs lateralis (Hemiptera) 

SPINACIA: 
Aphataroida inermis (Hemiptera) 
Creontiades rubrinervis ("Hemiptera) 
Braeculacephala minerva (Hemiptera) 
Empoasca abrupta (Hemiptera) 
Empoasca solana (Hemiptera) 
Lygus distinctus (Hemiptera) 
Nijsias monticoJa (Hemiptera) 
Phyllotreta pusilla (Coleoptera) 

SPONDIAS: 

Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans (Diptera) 
Aspidiotus difftnis (Homoptera) 

STYRAX: 
Pseudaonidia duplex (Homoptera) 

SWIETEN1A: 
Aulonium bidentatum (Coleoptera) 
Coccus viridis (Homoptera) 
Xyleborus propinquus (Coleoptera) 

TABEBULV 
Acanihoderes circumflexa (Coleoptera) 
Aulonium bidentatum (Coleoptera) 
Brentus anchorago (Coleoptera) 
Brentus mexicanus (Coleoptera) 
Cossonus canaUculatus (Coleoptera) 
Bactylosternum subdepressum (Coleoptera) 
Laemophloesus suturalis CColeoptera) 
Nasutitermes cornigera (I^opt^ra) 
Nemocephalus guatemalensis (Coleoptera) 
Pnrandra polita (Coleoptera) 
Platypus exaratus (Coleoptera) 
Platypus poriferus (Coleoptera) 
Platypus rugulosus (Coleoptera) 
Tesserocerus dejeani (Coleoptera) 
Xyleborus affinis (Coleoptera) 
Xyleborus confusus (Coleoptera) 
Xyleborus fwcatus (Coleoptera) 
Xi/leborus mazer (Coleoptera) 

TAGETES: 
Haplothrips g&rdeyi (Thysanoptera) 
Zabroles subfasciatus (Coleoptera) 

TAMARINDUS: 

Caryedon fuscus (Coleoptera) 
Eucnocerus anthrenoides (Coleoptera) 
Niissodrijs hafdemani (Coleoptera) 

TERMINALLY: 
Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera) 
Asterolecanium pustulans (Homoptera) 

THEOBROMA: 
Xyleborus affinis (Coleoptera) 

THUJA: 

Cxnara tujafilina (Homoptera) 

TIGRIDIA: 
Anur aphis tulipae (Homoptera) 

TRICHOPILIA— See Orchidaceae 

TRICOGLOTIS— See Orchidaceae 

TRISTANIA: 
Phenacaspis eugeniae (Homoptera) 

TRITICUM: 

Corcjra cephalonica (Lepidoptera) 

TSUGA: 
Aspidiotus tsugae (Homoptera) 

TULIPA: 
Anuraphis tulipae (Homoptera) 
RhopaJosiphoninus tulipaellus (Homoptera) 

ULMUS: 
Clytus arietis (Coleoptera) 
Pteleobius vittatus (Coleoptera) 
Scolytus multistriatus (Coleoptera) 
Scoh/tus scolytus (Coleoptera) 

VANDA— See Orchidaceae 

VERBENA: 
Phenacoccus gossypii (Homoptera) 

VICIA: 
Apion pnmonae (Coleoptera) 
Bruchidus incarnatus (Coleoptera) 
Bruchus dentipes (Coleoptera) 
Bruchus luteicornis (Coleoptera) 
Bruchus rufipes (Coleoptera) 
Euspermophagus cardui (Coleoptera) 



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VIGNA: 

Bruchus ramicornis (Coleoptera) 
Callosobruchus analis (Coleoptera) 
Callosobruchus maculatus (Coleoptera) 
7abrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera) 

VIOLA: 
Frankliniella fortissimo (Thysanoptera) 

VITIS: 
Aonidiella comperei (Homoptera) 
Ceratitis capitata (Diptera) 
Corizus pictipes (Hemiptera) 
Geocnethus nigrocinctus (Hemiptera) 
Lister oderes cbliquus (Coleoptera) 
Pantomcrus xanthographus (Coleoptera) 
Pseudaonidia tesserata (Homoptera) 

VRIESIA: 
Chrysomphalus personatus (Homoptera) 

WISTERIA: 
Chionaspis wisteriae (Homoptera) 
Phenacaspis fujicola (Homoptera) 

YUCCA: 
Ephestin rileyella (Lepidoptera) 

ZEA: 
Afaenius abditus (Coleoptera) 
Baldulus m.iidis (Hemiptera) 
Celama sorghieUa (Lepidoptera) 
Ceratocapsus fuscrsignatus (Hemiptera) 
Conotrachelus seniculus (Coleoptera) 



ZEA— Continued. 
Eumecosomyia nubila (Diptera) 
Euphoria leucographa (Coleoptera) 
Euxesta annonae (Diptera) 
Euxesta sororcula (Diptera) 
Euxesta stigmatias (Diptera) 
Frankliniella williamsi (Thysanoptera) 
Ligyrocoris nitidulus (Hemiptera) 
Lophocateres pusillus (Coleoptera) 
Lygus elisus (Hemiptera) 
Micrapate scapular is (Coleoptera) 
Moodna bisinuella (Lepidoptera) 
Nysius minutus (Hemiptera) 
Oedionychis durangoensis (Coleoptera) 
Pagiocerus rimosus (Coleoptera) 
Pyrausta nubilalis (Lepidoptera) 
7abrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera) 

ZINGIBER: 

Caulopkilus latinasus (Coleoptera) 
Targionia hartii (Homoptera) 

ZINNIA: 
Anacentrinus deplanatus (Coleoptera) 
Corythucha morrilli (Hemiptera) 
Gypona angulata (Hemiptera) 
Haplothrips gowdeyi (Thysanoptera) 
Nesosleles neglectus (Hemiptera) 
Phenacoccus gossypii (Homoptera) 
Pronotacantha annulata (Hemiptera) 
Zabrotes subfasciatus (Coleoptera) 



Hosts unknown 



FLOWERS: 

Conotrachelus flavangulus (Coleoptera) 

Forficula auricularia (Orthoptera) 

Glyptina nivalis (Coleoptera) 

Lygaeus circumUtus (Hemiptera) 

Nysius callifer (Hemiptera) 
HERB: 

Ptychopoda bonifata (Lepidoptera) 
HOOPS: 

Gracilia minuta (Coleoptera) 
IN AUTOMOBILE: 

Callirhinus metallescens (Coleoptera) 
IN BAG OF GUAVAS AND GENIPS: 

Anasfrepha suspensa ('Diptera) 
INBOX OF GRAPES: 

Listroderes obliquus (Coleoptera) 
LEAF: 

Chrvsomphalus perseae (Homoptera) 

Lichtensia lutea (Homoptera) 
MOSS PACKING: 

Scolopostethus decoratus (Hemiptera) 
ON PACKING CASE: 

CaUidium rufipenne (Coleoptera) 
ON SACK OF BRAN: 

Lygaeus vittiscutis (Hemiptera) 



PALM: 

Aspidiotus destructor (Homoptera) 
Pinnaspis buxi (Homoptera) 

REED: 
Amphicerus cornutus (Coleoptera) 

ROOT: 
Brachyrhinus rugosostriatus (Coleoptera) 

SEED: 
Bruchus hamatus (Coleoptera) 

VEGETABLES: 
Ataxia hubbardi (Coleoptera) 

WICKER HAMPER: 
Nicobium castaneum (Coleoptera) 
Nicobium hirtum (Coleoptera) 

WILD GRASS: 
Odonaspis graminis (Homoptera) 

WOOD: 
Heterobostrychus aequalis (Coleoptera) 
Kalotermes piceaius (Isoptera) 
Micrapate dinoderoides (Coleoptera) 
M'crapate scapularis (Coleoptera) 
Penichroa fasciata (Coleoptera) 
Renocis mexicanus (Coleoptera) 
Sinoxylon anale (Coleoptera) 
Sinoxylon conigerum (Coleoptera) 
Xylothrips flavipes (Coleoptera) 



Country of origin and 



AMERICAN VIRGIN ISLANDS: 

Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans 

Enscepts postfasciatus 

Targionia hartii 

Trionymus sacchari 
ANGOLA: 

Slephanoderes hamper 
ARGENTINA: 

Anastrepha fr at er cuius 

Apion pomonae 

Corizus pictipes 

Euxesta notata 

Geocnethus nigrocinctus 

Listroderes obliquus 

Pantomoms xanthographus 

Parlatoria cinerea 

Pariatoria oleae 

Pectinophora gossypiella 
AUSTRALIA: 

Brontes aust rails 

Chrysomphalus rossi 

Phenacaspis eugeniae 

Pinnaspis townsendi 

Platypus australis 

Xyleborus monigerus 



AZORES: 

Ceratitis capitata 
Targion ia bromeliae 

BAHAMAS' 
Aleurocanthus woglumi 
Arfipus floridanus 
Aspidiotus destructor 
Aster olecanium pustulans 
Coccus viridis 
Conotrachelus nenuphar 
Cvlas formicarius 
Dial ear odes citri 
Frankliniella cubensis 
Frankliniella difficilis 
Fran kliniella insularis 
Haplothrips gowaeyi 
Morganella longispina 
Pectinophora gossi/piella 
Pseudococcus boninsis 
Ptinus huesanus 
Pulvinaria psidii 
Targionia sacchari 

BARBADOS: 
Setomorpha insectella 
Targionia hartii 



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BELGIUM: 

Lepidosaphes tuberculata 
BERMUDA: 

Haplothrips gowdeyi 

Phenacoccus gossypii 

Psezidococcus boninsis 
BRAZIL: 

Aonidiella eugeniae 

Aspidiotus spinosus 

Asterolecanium aureum 

Bruchus ramicornis 

Callosobruchus maculatus 

Ceratitis capitata 

Chrysomphalus personatus 

Corcyra cephalonica 

Eurycipitia vestitus 

Eurytoma orchidearum 

Euscepes postfasciatus 

Frankliniella insularis 

Fulvius quadristillatus 

Gymnaspis aechmeae 

Inglisia vitrea 

Maruca testulalis 

Mordellistena cattleyana 

Morganella longispina 

Pachymerus olearius 

Par/atoria cinerea 

Pectinophora gossypiella 

Phelomerus aberrans 

Pseudaonidia trilobitiformis 

Slephanoderes buscki 

Targionia bromeliae 

Tenthecoris bicolor 

Xyleborus affinis 

Zabrotes subfasciatus 
BRITISH COLUMBIA: 

Forficula aurku'aria 
BRITISH EAST AFRICA: 

Stephanoderes hampei 
BRITISH HONDURAS: 

Vinsonia stellifera 
CANADA: 

Agromyza salicis 

Aleuroplatus myricae 

Aleyrodes spiraeoides 

Amphorophora rhododendri 

Anuraphis tulipae 

Brachyrhinus ovatus 

Brachyrhinus rugosostriatus 

Chermes nusslini 

Gastrodes pacificus 

Lecanium coryli 

Liosomaphis berberidis 

Rhopalosiphoninus tulipaellus 

Sitona lineata 

Taeniothrips atratus 

Thrips nigropilosus 
CANAL ZONE: 

Asterolecanium aureum 

Furcaspis bifoimis 

Flaplothrips gowdeyi 

Neoclytus caeicus 

Phelomerus aberrans 

Pseudaonidia clavigera 

Pseuaischnaspis alienus 

Trionymus sacchari 

Vinsonia stellifera 

Xyleborus fuscatus 
CANARY ISLANDS: 

Ceratitis capitata 
CHILE: 

Endrosis lacteella 

Listroderes obliquus 

Nabis punctipennis 

Pseudococcus gahani 
CHINA: 

Antonina crawi 

Antonina tobai 

Aphis bambusae 

Asterolecanium bambusicola 

Callosobruchus analis 

Callosobruchus chinensis 

Caulophilus latinasus 

Chaetococcus bambusae 

Chilo simplex 

Chionaspis elongata 

Cylas formicariiis 

Endrosis lacteella 

Fiorinia nephelii 

Formosaspis for mosanus 



CHINA— Continued. 

Formosaspis nigra 

Kuwanaspis pseudohucaspis 

Kuwanaspis vermiformis 

Odoncspis greeni 

Odonaspis penicillata 

Parlatoria siziphus 

Schoenobius bipunctiferus 
CHOSEN: 

Callosobruchus adempius 

Lepidosaphes pallida 
COLOMBIA: 

Acanthoscelidts dominicanus 

Anastrepha serpentina 
. Asterolecanium aureum 

Chrysomphalus perseae 

Clerada apicicornis 

Eucalandra setulosa 

Eurycipitia vestitus 

Eurytoma orchidearum 

Fulvius quadristillatus 

Furcaspis biformis 

Geocnethus nigrocinctus 

Halisidota inexpectata 

Iridomyrmex iniquus nigella 

Lepidosc phes lasianthi 

Metamasius sericeus 

Mordellistena cattleyana 

Mordellistena chapini 

Myochrous denticollis 

Nasutitermes cornigera 

Paragonatus dioergens 

Tenthecoris bicolor 

Xyleborus propinquus 
COSTA RICA: 

Asterolecanium aureum 

Eurytoma orchidearum 

Pseudischnaspis alienus 

Pseudococcus nipae 

Pulvinaria tloccifera 
CUBA: 

Aleurocanthus woglumi 

Aleurothrixus howardi 

Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans 

Anastrepha suspensa 

Anthonomus varipes 

Aspidiotus destructor 

Aspidiotus spinosus 

Asterolecanium aureum 

Asterolecanium bambusae 

Asterolecanium miliaris 

Asterolecanium pustulans 

Ataenius cribrilhorax 

Ceratocapsus cubanus 

Chrysomphalus biformis 

Clerada apicicornis 

Coccotrypes rolliniae 

Coccus viridis 

Conoderus bifoveatus 

Cylas jormicarius 

Cymonius notabi/is 

Cyrtopeltis tenuis 

Dialeurodes citrifolii 

Eumecosomyia nubila 

Faustinas cubae 

Frankliniella cubensis 

Frankliniella difficilis 

Frankliniella insularis 

Gnorimoschema gudmannella 

Gynaikothrips uzeli 

Haplothrips gowdeyi 

Hellula phidilealis 

Iridomyrmex humilis 

Iridomyrmex pruinosus 

Keiferia ly coper sicella 

Lepidosaphes camelliae 

Leucaspis indica 

Leucoptera coffeella 

Ligyroeoris litigiosus 

Liriomyza flaveola 

Metamasius sericeus 

Onthophagus marginatus 

Orthaea scutellata 

Ozophora burmeisteri 

Ozophora pallescens 

Pachyzancla periusalis 

Pectinophora gossypiella 

Phyllotreta vittata discedens 

Pinnaspis minor strachani 

Platynota roslrana 



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Country of origin and insects — Continued 



CUBA— Continued. 

Pseudischnaspis alienus 

Pseudococcus boninsis 

Pulvinana psidii 

Pyropus sapphirinus 

Ribua innoxia 

Stictocephata rotundata 

Systena basalts 

Taeniothrips simplex 

Targionia bromeliae 

Targionia hartii 

Targionia sacchari 

Trionymus sacchari 

Zabrofes subfasciatus 
DOMINICA: 

Aganectesis indecora 
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC: 

Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans 

Conchaspis angraeci 

Cylas formicarius 

Frankliniella insularis 

Haplothrips gowdeyi 

Stephanoderes guatemalensis 

Vinsonia itelli'fera 
DUTCH EAST INDIES: 

Dinoderus bifoveolatus 

Heterobostrychus aegualis 

Laemotmetus rhizophagoides 

Myocalandra discors 
ECUADOR: 

Anypsipyla univitella 

Coccotrypes dactyliperda 

Metamasius sericeus 
EGYPT: 

Bruchidius incarnatus 
ENGLAND: 

Anaphothrips orchidaceus 

Anur aphis tulipae 

Aspidiotus destructor 

Barathra brassicae 

Bruchus affinis 

Ceutorhynchus pleurostigma 

Clytus arietis 

Dialeurodes chittendeni 

Gracilia minuta 

Hercinothrips errans 

Hercinothrips femoralis 

Leperisinus fraxini 

Lepidosaphes tuberculata 

Limothrips denticornis 

Liothrips vaneeckei 

Philophylla heraclei 

Phyllotreta atra 

Pionea forficalis 

Psylliodes chrysocephala 

Pteleobius vittatus 

Ptinus tectus 

Pulvinaria floccifera 

Phopalosiphoninus tulipaellus 

Scolopostethus decoratus 

Scolytus multistriatus 

Scolytus scolytus 

Spragueia leo 
ETHIOPIA: 

Stephanoderes hampei 
EUROPE: 

Haplothrips cottei 

Taeniothrips dianthi 
FIJI ISLANDS: 

Aspidiotus destructor 
FRANCE: 

Bruchus luteicornis 

Bruchus rufipes 

Iridomyrmex melleus 

Iriodomyrmex melleus var. 
FRENCH INDO-CHINA: 

Sinoxylon anale 

Sinoxylon conigerum 
GOLD COAST: 

Cylas puncficollis 
GREECE: 

Aonidia lauri 

Bruchus rufipes 
GUADELOUPE: 

Palaeopus costicollis 
GUATEMALA: 

Acanthoderes circumflexa 

Anaphothrips orchidaceus 

Aster olecanium miliaris longum 

Aulonium bidentatum 

Brentus anchorago 



GUATEMALA— Continued. 

Brentus mexicanus 

Calymmus cucullatus 

Conchaspis agraeci 

Cossonus canaliculars 

Dactylosternum subdepressum 

Eurycipitia vestitus 

Eurytoma orchidearum 

Frankliniella fortissimo 

Furcaspis biformis 

Laemophloeus iteratus 

Laemophloeus suturalis 

Metamasius sericeus carbonarius 

Nasutitermes corrngera 

Nemocephalus guatemalensis 

Neoclytus cacicus 

Parandra polita 

Platypus exaratus 

Platypus poriferus 

Platypus rugulosus 

Pseudischnaspis alienus 

Pseudischnaspis bowreyi 

Targionia sacchari 

Tenthecoris bicolor 

Tesserocerus dejeani 

Xestocoris collinus 

XyLborus affinis 

Xyleborus confusus 

Xyleborus macer 

Xyleborus propinquus 
HAITI: 

Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans 

Anastrepha suspensa 

Aonidiella comperei 

Aster olecanium aureum 

Maruca testulalis 

Pseudaonidia tesserata 
HAWAII: 

Aonidiella inornata 

Aster olecanium pustulans 

Caryedon fuscus 

Ceratitis capitata 

Ceroplastes rubens 

Coccus viridis 

Cosmolyce bocticus 

Cylas formicarius 

Pacus cucurbitae 

Euscepes posffasciatus 

Furcaspis biformis 

Kalotermes picealus 

Maruca testulalis 

Parlatoria crotonis 

Pealius h ibisci 

Pectinophora gossypiella 

Phenacaspis eugeniae 

Pseudaonidia davigera 

Pseudaonidia tesserata 

Sternochetus mangiferae 
HONDURAS: 

Aspidiotus palmae 

Aspidiotus spinosus 

Aulonium bidentatum 

Brentus mexicanus 

Coccus viridis 

Dactylosternum abdominale 

Hypsipyla grandella 

Metamasius sericeus 

Neoclytus cacims 

Phormesiurn virgulatum 

Tetrapriocera longicornis 

Xanthophthalma concinnum 

Xyleborus affinis 

Xyleborus fusratus 

Xyleborus propinquus 

7abrotes subfasciatus 
HUNGARY: 

Euspermophagus cardui 
INDIA: 

Callosobruchus chinensis 

Cylas formicarius 

Heterobostrychus aegualis 

Sinoxylon anale 
IRAN: 

Apion longirostre 

Bruchus dcufiprs 

Bruchus dentipes ochraceosignatus 

Bruchus ha mat us 

Bruchus I cutis 

Callosobruchus analis 

Callosobiuchus maculatus 



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Country of origin and insects — Continued 



IRELAND: 

Endrosis lacteella 
ITALY: 

Aonidia lauri 

Biachyrhinus armadillo 

Epidiaspis piricola 

Parlatoria oleae 
JAMAICA: 

Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans 

Cylas formicarius 

Cyrtopeltis tenuis 

Euscepes postfasciatus 

Haplothrips gowdeyi 

Leucaspis cockerelli 

Palaeopus costicollis 

Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus 

Sfrategus simson 

Vinsonia stellifera 
JAPAN: 

Antonina crauii 

Aspidiotus degeneratus 

Aspidiotus destructor 

Aspidiotus tsugae 

Callidium rufipenne 

Callosobruchus adempius 

Callosobruchus analis 

Callosobruchus chinensis 

Ceroplastes ceriferus 

Ceroplastes floridensis 

Ceroplastes rubens 

Chilo simplex 

Chionaspis wistariae 

Chionaspis yanonensis 

Chrysomphalus bifasciculatus 

Cinara tujaftlina 

Corcyra cephalonica 

Cosmolyce boeVcus 

Echinocnemus bipunctatus 

Gracilaria azaleella 

Grapholitha molesta 

Hellula undalis 

Hercinothrips femoralis 

Ilomono menciana 

Laspeyresia splendana 

Lepidosaphes camelliae 

Lepidosaphes conchilormis 

Lep'dosaphes tu'oerculata 

Liothrips vaneeckei 

Matsucoccus matsumurae 

Nemapogon granella 

Neolecanium cornuparvum 

Nysius expressus 

Orchidoph ; lus aterrimus 

Oxycestonia jucunda 

Parlatoria camelliae 

Parlatova pseudaspidiotus 

Parlatoria theae 

Phaedon incertum 

Phenacaspis fuiicola 

Pinnaspis buxi 

Pseudaonidia duplex 

Pseudaonidia paeoniae 

Pulvinaria floccvera 

Pyrausto nulilalis 

Stepha nitis pijrioides 

Taeniothrips gracilis 

Taeniothrips xanthius 
JAVA: 

Heterobostrychus aequalis 

Laemotmetus rhizophagoides 

Lyctoxylon japon u m 

Parlatoria ziziphus 

Xy loth rips Havipes 
MADEIRA" ISLANDS: 

Anaphothrips orchidii 
MALAYA (British): 

Sinoxi/lon anale 
MEXICO: 

Acanthoscelides flexicaulis 

Acanthoscelides sallaei 

Acroleucus tullus 

Acroleucus vicinalis 

Aeolus dorsalis 

Allocoris incognita 

Alpheias conspirata 

Amorbia emigratella 

Amphicerus cornutus 

Anacenirinus deplanatus 

Anastrepha ludens 

Anastrepha serpentina 



MEXICO— Continued. 

Anoplium truncatum 
Anthonomus scutellaris 
Apatides fortis 
Aphalaroida inermis 
Aspidiotus destructor 
Aspidiotus diffinis 
Aspidiotus howardi 
Asterolecanium aureum 
Ataenius abditus 
Ataxia hubbardi 
Athens fuscipes 
Aufeius impressicollis 
Baldulus elimatus 
Baldulus maidis 
Brentus mexicanus 
Brochymena sulcata 
Cacoscolis scriptipennis 
Callirhinus metallescens 
Callosobruchus maculatus 
Calymmaderus oblongus 
Catorhintha guttula 
Caulophilus latinasus 
Caulotops agavis 
Celama sorghiella 
Centrinaspis picumnus 
Ceratocapsus fuscosignatus 
Ceratocapsus punctulatus 
Ceratopus bisignatus 
Ceroplastes floridensis 
Chaetopsis fulvifrons 
Chalcolepidius webbi 
Chelinidea canyoni 
Chelinidea vittiger aequoris 
Chilo loftini 
Chionaspis platani 
Chrysomphalus personatus 
Coccotrypes dactyloperda 
Colaspis viriditincta 
Colecerus marmoratus 
Conotrachelus aguacatae 
Conotrachelus flavangulus 
Conotrachelus leucophaeatus 
Conotrachelus seniculus 
Corizus punctatus 
Corythucha morrilli 
Cossonus canaliculatus 
Cossonus exeat at us 
Creontiades ruhrineriis 
Crocidosema plebeiana 
Cylas formicarius 
Cyrtopeltis varians 
Dactylosternum abdominale 
Deloyala guttata 
Deloyala lecontei 
Delphacodes campestris 
Delphacodes koebelei 
Dialeurndes citri 
Dikraneura kunzei 
Draecvlacephala balli 
Draeculacephala mincrra 
Draecvlacephala portola 
Drasterius cribratna 
Empoaxca abrupta 
Empoasca fabae 
Empoasca phnseola 
Empoasca solaria 
Entylia sinuata 
Ephestia rileyella 
Epicaerus cognatus 
Epicauta pardalis 
Epilachna varivestis 
Epinotia op posit a 
Erynephala puncticollis 
Eucnocerus anthrenoides 
Eudiago'jus pulcher 
Eumecosomyia nubila 
Eaphalerus nidifex 
Euphoria l?ucographa 
Euphrytus parvicollis 
Eurycipitia vestitus 
Euryophthalmus bipust Hiatus 
Euxesta annonae 
Euxesta sororcula 
Euxesta sligmatias 
Ex itwn us obsc uri nervis 
Exptochwrnera arizonensis 
Exptochiomera fuscicornis 
Exptochwrnera minima 
Exptochiomera oblonga 



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Country of origin and insects — Continued 



MEXIC O— Continued. 
Fellia subterranea 
Forsebia perlaeta 
Frankl'miella cephalica 
Frankl'iniella fortissima 
Frankliniella uilliamsi 
Geocnethus semilevis 
Geocoris sonoraensis 
Glyptina atriventris 
Glyptina nivalis 
Gnathotrichus consent aneus 
Gnathotrichus denticulatus 1 

Gnorimoschema g udmannella 

Gnorimcschemn lavernella 

Gypona anqulata 

Gy porta delta 

Haplothrips gondeyi 

Heilipus lavri 

Helichus product us 

Hdlula phid'lealis 

Hellula undalis 

Homalodisca triquetra 

Hyalopterus atriplicis 

Hyphantrin tertor 

Ilypselonotus fulvus 

Kalotermes maroinipennis 

Kaloiermes minor 

Keiferia lycopersicella 

Laspeyresia membrosa 

Lepidosaphes camelliae 

Lepidosaphes philococcus 

Leucopoecila albofasciata 

Lichtensia lulea 

Ligyrocoris abdominalis 

Ligyrccoris aurivilliana 

Ligyrocoris /itigwsus 

Ligyrocoris nitidicnllis 

Ligyrocoris nitidulus 

Ligyrocoris rubricatus 

Ligyrocoris setosus 

Lineodes integra 

Liriomyza flaveola 

Lophocateres pusillus 

Lorita abornana chalka 

Lygaeus circumlitus 

Lygaeus lateralis 

Lygaeus vittiscutis 

Lygus championi 

Lygus distinctus 

Lygus elisus 
Lygus hesperius 

Lygus sallei 
Macrosteles divisus 
Metriona erratica 
Metriona profligata 
Micrapate dinoderoides 
Micrapate scapularis 
Moodna bisinuella 
Mormidea collaris 
Mozena lunata 
Nobis alternata 
Naucles pusio 
Nesosteles neglect us 
Neuroctenus simplex 
Nysius minutus 
Kysius monticola 
Nyssodrys haldemani 
Odonaspis graminis 
Oedionychis durangoensis 
Ollarianus strictus 
Onychobaris ambigua 
Opsins stactogalus 
Orthaea scutellata 
Par allelodi ptosis cattleyae 
Parlatoria cinerea 
Paromius longulus 
Pectinophora gossypiella 
Phenacoccus gossypii 
Ph'epsius distinctus 
Phyllotreta pusilla 
Placosternus crinicornis 
Plagiodera thyma/oides 
Platynota stultana 
Podisus acutissimus 
J'odisus rubrornaculatus 
J'oh/merus basalis 
Prairiana sidana 
I } ronotacanth'i annulata 
Protopulvitiaria pyriformis 
Pseudischnaspis alienus 



MEXICO— Continued. 

Pseudococcas boninsis 

Pseudodiaspis yuccae 

Ptychopoda bonifata 

Puto mezicanus 

Puto yuccae 

Penocis mexicanus 

Rhagoletis pomonella 

Phynchites mexicanus 

Romaleum rufulum 

Setomorpha insectella 

Sisamnes contractus 

Sixeonotus areolatus 

Sternechus paludatus 

Taeniotfrrips simplex 

Teleonemia nigrina 

Teleonemia scrupulosa 

Tetralsurodes acaciae 

Tetraleurodes mori 

Thyauta accerra 

Toxotrypana curricauda 

Trionymus sacchari 

Xyleborus confusus 

Xyleborus fuscatus 

Xyleborus propinquus 

Zabrotes subfasciatus 
NETHERLANDS: 
Anuraphis tulipae 
NICARAGUA: 

Conotrachelus flavangulus 
Laemophloeus suturalis 
PALESTINE: 

Eurytoma pistaciae 
PANAMA: 
Aganectesis indecora 
Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans 

Chrysomphalus umboniferus 
Phelomerus aberrans 
PERU: , 
Dinoderus bifoveolatus 
Eumecosomyia nubila 
Euscepes postfasciatus 
Gnorimoschema plaesiosema 
Mordellistena chapini 
Pagiocerus rimosus ' 
PHILIPPINES: 
Antonina indica 
Aspidiotus coryphae 
Aspidiotus palmae 
Callosobruchus chinensis 
Callosobruchus maculatus 
Chrysomphalus rossi 
Cylas for micarius 
Cylas turcipennis 
Dinoderus bifoveolatus 
Hercinothrips femoralis 
Leucaspis cockerelli 
Orchidophilus aterrimus 
Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus 
Pinnaspis townsendi 
Pseudococcus lilacinus 
Sinoxylon anale, 
Sinoxylon conigerum 
Mernochetus mangiferae 
PORTUGAL: 
Anuraphis apiifolia 
Bruchus tristiculus 
Ceratitis capitata 
Ceroplastes rusci 
Epidiaspis piricola 
Iridomyrmex humilis 
Laspeyresia splendana 
Nicobium castaneum 
Nicobium hirtum 
Pseudococcus boninsis 
Psylliodes chrysocephala 
Stephanoderes hampei 
PUERTO RICO: 
Anastrepha mombinpraeoptans 
Anastrepha suspensa 
Antonina craui 
Aspidiotus destructor 
Asterolecanium bambusae 
Callosobruchus chinensis 
Coccus viridis 
Corcyra cephalonica 
Cylas for micarius 
Euscepes postfasciatus 
Haplothrips gowdeyi 
Maruca testulalis 



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Country of origin and insects — Continued 



PUERTO RICO— Continued. 

Pectinophora gossypielia 

Pseudischnaspis bowreyi 

Pseudoparlatoria ostreata 

Targionia sacchari 
QUEENSLAND: 

Ceratitis capitata 
RUMANIA: 

Bruchus rufipes 
ST. LUCIA: 

Targionia hartii 
ST. VINCENT: 

Pectinophora gossypielia 

Targionia hartii 
SCOTLAND: 

Corcyra cephalonica 

Micrelus ericae 

Taeniothrips ericae 
SPAIN: 

Laspeyresia splendana 

Penichroa fasciata 
STRAITS SETTLEMENTS: 

Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus 

Pinnaspis tounsendi 
SUMATRA: 

Stephanoderes hampei 
SWITZERLAND: 

Epidiaspis piricola 
TAHITI: 

Icerya seychellarum 

Trionymus sacchari 
THAILAND: 

Orchidophilus aterrimus 

Parlatoria pseudaspidiotus 
TRINIDAD: 

Anastrepha f rater cuius 

Anastrepha serpentina 

Asterolecanium aureum 

Aulacaspis mangijerae 



TRINIDAD— Continued. 

Euscepes postfasciatus 

Furcaspis biformis 

Maruca tttulalis 

Rhinochenus stigma 

Vinsonia st ell if era 
UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA: 

Bruchidius versicolor 

Diaspis zamiae 

Frankliniella schultzei 

Hercinothrips dimidiatus 

Taeniothrips fu mosa 
URUGUAY: 

Rhipibruchus picturatus 
VENEZUELA: 

Acanthoscelides armitagei 

Anaphothrips orchidaceus 

Asterolecanium aureum 

Callosobruchus maculatus 

Chrysomphalus alienus 

Cligenes picturata 

Coccus viridis 

Eurytoma orchidearum 

Exptochiomera oblonga 

Furcaspis biformis 

Iridomyrmex iniquus nigella 

Lecaniodiaspis dendrobii 

Mordellistena cattleyana 

Nysius callifer 

Ozophora gracilipes 

Protopulvinaria pyriformis 

Taeniothrips simplex 

Tenthecoris bicolor 
VIRGIN ISLANDS: 

Euscepes postfasciatus 

Maruca testulalis 

Setomorpha insect ella 
WEST INDIES: 

Targionia sacchari 



List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive 
[All findings marked with an asterisk indicate State inspection] 





Country of origin 


Number of inter- 
ceptions in— 




■ Disease and host 


Con- 
sump- 
tion 


^ n - lp ag°a P " 
entr >- tfon 


Collected in— 


Acrospeira macrosporoidea (Berk.) Wilt.: 
Gladiolussp .. _. 








1 


N.J. 


Albugo bliti (Biv.) 0. Kuntze: 

Amaranthus sp_. _ . .. . 




1 

1 




Tex. 


Alternaria dianthi Stevens & Hall: 

Dianthus sp. (carnation) 








N. Y. 


Aphelenchoides coffeae (Zimm.) Steiner: 
Cattleya sp. (orchid) __ 






1 

1 
...... 


N. Y. 


Aphelenchoides parietinus (Bastian) 
Steiner: 
Ananas sativus (pineapple) ._ 


Cuba 






N. Y. 


Colocasia esculenta (taro) ... 


Azores, Japan . 


1 


1 


N. Y., Pa. 


Lilium longiflorum eximium.. .. . 




N. Y. 


Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato). _ 




1 
1 




Tex. 


Zingiber officinale (ginger).. ... .. .. 


China 






N. Y. 


Aphelenchus avenae Bast.: 

Ficus carica (fig).. 






1 
1 
2 


N. Y. 


Flyacinthus sp . _ 








N. Y. 


Lilium lonigflorum eximium . 








N. Y. 




Spain 


1 




N. Y. 


Soil around banana plants.. .. 




1 


N. Y. 


Xanthosoma sp _ . . 


Cuba 


1 
1 




N. Y. 


Ascochyta caricae Pat.: 

Carica papaya (papaya) 


Brazil 





1 


N. Y. 


Aspergillus ochraceus Wilhelm: 

Gladiolus sp .. 




N.J. 


Asterina delitescens Ell. & Mart.: 

Per sea borbonia (red bay). . 




2 

1 




Tex. 


Asterina mexicana Ell. & Ev.: 

Agave americana (maguey).. 


do... 

Dutch East Indies, In- 
dia, Java, Philippines. 






Tex. 


Bacterium citri (Hasse) Doidge: 
Citrus aurantifolia (lime) . 


5 

1 

2 

1 




Md., Mass., 


Citrus grandis (grapefruit) 


Pa. 

Calif.* 


Citrus sinensis (orange) 




4 


Calif.*, Wash. 


Citrus sp. 


Japan... 


Calif.* 



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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 






Disease and host 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



Prop, 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in— 



F. S.: 



Bacterium syringae (Van Hall) E. 

Citrus sinensis 

Bacterium tabacum Wolf & A. C. Foster: 
Nicotiana tabacum (tobacco) 

Bacterium tonellianum Ferraris: 

Nerium oleander (oleander) 

Botrytis allii Munn: 

Allium cepa (onion) _ 



Bremia lactucae E. Regel: 

Lactuca sativa (lettuce) 

Cephatosporium pammellii purpurascens 
Buchanan: 

Mains sylvestris (apple) 

Ceratostomella fimbriata (E. & H.) Elliott: 

Daucus carota (carrot) 

Ceratostomella ips Rumbold: 

Pinus sp. (pine) 

Ceratostomella ulmi (Schwarz) Buis.: 

Ulmuss-p. (elm) 

Cercospora angreci Feuill & Roum.: 

Laetia sp. (orchid) 

Odontoglossum sp. (orchid) 

Cercospora coffeicola Berk. & C: 

Coffea sp 

Cercospora musae Zimm.: 

Musa sp. (banana)... 



Mexico.. 

Canada 

Mexico... 

Chile, Mexico- 
Mexico.. 



Japan 

England. 
. _._do.-. 



do. 



Mexico-. 
England. 



Mexico . 



Cercospora odontoglossi Prill. & Del. 

Odontioda sp. (orchid) 

Odontoglossum sp. (orchid) 

Cercospora rosicola Pass.: 

Rosa sp 



Costa Rica, Cuba, Gua- 
temala, Haiti, Jamai- 
ca, Mexico, Puerto 
Rico. 



England. 
....do... 



Cercosporina rhododendri (Ferr.) Sacc: 
Rhododendron sp 

Cerebella andropogonis Ces.: 

Paspalum dilatatum (dallis grass) 

Paspalum sp 

Claviceps microcephala (Wallr.) L. Tul.: 
Cynodon plestostachyum 

Claviceps paspali (Schw.) Stevens & Hall: 
Paspalum sp 

Coleosporium solidaginis (Schw.) Thum.: 
Callistephus chinensis (China-aster).. 

Colletotrichum graminicolum (Ces.) Wils.: 
7 riticum aestivum (wheat) 

Colletotrichum incarnatum Zimm.: 

Iheobroma cacao (cacao) 

Colletotrichum orchidearum Allesch: 

Ansellia africana (orchid) 

Cattleya sp . (orchid) 

Cymbidium sp. (orchid) 

Dendrobium chrystotoxum (orchid) . . . 

Epidendrum sp. (orchid) 

Laelia sp. (orchid) 

Lockhartia sp. (orchid) 

Odontoglossum schlieperianum (or- 
chid). 
Orchid 



Argentina, Cuba, Puer- 
to Rico. 

Canada 



Australia. 
....do.... 



Union of South Africa. .. 
Canal Zone, Costa Rica. 
Cuba 



Argentina- 
Cuba 



England 

Venezuela 

India, Japan. 

Thailand 

Guadeloupe.. 

Mexico 

Guatemala.. 
Costa Rica... 



Mexico, Venezuela . 



Phalaenopsis grandi flora (orchid) 

Phalaenopsis schilleriana (orchid) 

Phalaenopsis sp. (orchid) 

Schomburgkia sp. (orchid) 

Stanhopea sp. (orchid) 

Trichop\lia tortilis (orchid) 

Vanda sanderiana (orchid) 

Vanda sp. (orchid) 

^'anilla sp. (orchid) 

Colletotrichum orchidearum odontoglossi 
Verpl. & CI.: 
Odontoglossum sp. (orchid) 

Coniosporium shiraianum (Syd.) Bub.: 
Bambusa sp 



Philippines 

do 

England 

Mexico 

Costa Rica, Mexico. 

Mexico 

Philippines 

....do 

Honduras 



England 

Unknown (via England) 



Tex. 

Mass. 

Tex. 

Ariz., N. Y., 
Tex. 

Tex. 

La. 

La. 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

Tex. 
N.J. 

N.J. 

La., Mass., N. 
Y., Tex. 



Calif.* 
Calif.*, D. C. 



N. Y. 



Wash. 

Md. 

N. Y. 

D. C. 
N. Y. 

Fla.* 

La. 

Fla.* 

N.J. 
P. R. 

Calif.*, D. C. 
Calif.* 
P. R. 
Tex. 

Calif.* 
Calif.* 

N. Y., P. R. 

Tex. 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 
N. J. 
Tex. 

N. Y., Tex. 
Calif.* 
Calif.* 
N.J. 
Calif.* 



N.J. 
Wash. 



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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive— Con. 



Disease and host 



Coryneopsis microsticta Grove: 

Rhododendron sp 

Coryneum beijerinckii Oud.: 

Amygdalus persica (peach) 

Coryneum microstictoides Sacc. & Panz.: 

Paeonia moutan var 

Cumminsiella sanguinea (Pk.) Arth.: 

Mahonia aquifolium (?) 

Cylindrosporium colchici Sacc. (?): 

Colchkum autumnale (autumn crocus) 
Cytospora ambiens Sacc: 

Salix sp. (willow) 

Dendrodochium lycopersici March.: 

Lycopersicum esculentum (tomato) — 
Diaporthe phaseolorum (Cke. & Ell.) 
Sacc: 

Phaseolus sp . (string bean) 



Diaporthe phaseolorum (Cke. & Ell.) 
Sacc (?): 

Phaseolus lunatus rnacrocarpus (lima 
bean) . 
Didymellina iridis (Desm.) Hoehn.: 

Iris sp 

Diplodia henriquesiana Trav. & Spessa.: 

Cattleya sp 

Orchid 

Diplodia paraphysaria Sacc: 

Orchid 

Diplodia tubericola (E. & E.) Taub.: 

Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) 



Country of origin 



Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kuhn) Filipjev: 
Narcissus sp 

Elsinoe ausiralis Bitanccurt & Jenkins: 
Citrus sinensis (orange) 



Elsinoe faiccettii Bitancourt & Jenkins: 

Citrus limona (lemon) 

Epicoccum nigrum Link: 

Capsicum annuum (pepper) 

Lycopersicuum esculentum (tomato).. 
Erinellalongispora (Karst.) Sacc: 

Decayed wood 

Erysiphe cichoracearum DC: 

Cucurbita maxima (squash) 

7innia$p 

Eutypella cocos Ferd. & Winge: 

Cocos nucifera (coconut) 

FusaAum heterosporum Nees: 

Paspalum sp 

Fusarium moniliforme Sheld.: 

Zea mays (corn) 

Fusarium niveum EFS. 

Cucumis sativus (cucumber) 

Gloeosporium affine Sacc: 

Dendrobium chrysotoxum (orchid) 

Epidendrum sp. (orchid) 

Gloeosporium cattleyae Sacc: 

Cattleya mendelii (orchid) 

Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Gloeosporium cinctum B. & C: 

Dendrobium atroviolaceum (orchid) .-. 

Dendrobiu m spectabile 

Odcntoglossum sp. (orchid) 

Gloeosporium cymbidii Verpl.: 

Cumbidium pauwelsi multicolor (or- 
chid). 

Cymbidium sp 

Gloeosporium laeliae Henn.: 

Laelia purpurata (orchid) 

Gloeosporium lebbec Syd.: 

Albizzia lebbeck 

Gloeosporium orchideorum Karst. & Har.: 

Orchid 



England. 

Mexico 

France, Japan 

British Columbia 

Hungary, Yugoslavia. 

England 

Mexico.. 



Brazil, Mexico, Virgin 
Islands. 



Bahamas- 



Mexico - 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- re- 
entry 



Peru 

Chile, Colombia. 



Guatemala, Venezuela. 



Areentina, Brazil, 
Cuba, Hawaii, Mex- 
icc Philippines, Trin- 
idad. 



Japan 

Argentina, Brazil. 



Uruguay. 

Mexico-.. 
do.-. 



Brazil. 



Mexico. 
....do- 



Canal Zone 

Australia 

Union of South Africa- 
Mexico 



Thailand... 
Costa Rica. 



Colombia. 
Mexico 



Australia. 

do... 

Mexico... 



Japan 

do 

Brazil 

Honduras. 
Venezuela 



Collected in- 



Wash. 

Tex. 

Calif.* 

N.J. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Tex. 



Ariz., Mass. 
Pa., Tex. 



Fla. 



Ariz. 



N.J. 
N. Y. 



P. R. 



Ga., La., Pa. 
Tex. 



N. Y. 

Mass., N, 
Tex. 

Tex. 

Ariz. 
Tex. 

N.J. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Wash. 

Tex. 

Calif.* 
Wash. 

P. R. 
Tex 

Calif.* 
Calif.* 
Tex. 

Wash. 

Wash. 

Calif.* 
La. 
N- Y. 



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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con. 



Disease and host 



Glomerella cingulata (Stonem.) Spauld. 
& Schrenk: 

Hibiscus esculentus (okra) 

Gymnosporangium globosum Far].: 

Crataegus sp 

Helieoma olivaceum (Karsten): 

Paeonia mouta n 

Helminthosporium turcicum Pass.: 

Saccharum officinarum (sugarcane) 

Hendersonia camelliae Pass.: 

Camellia japonica (camellia) 

Heterosporium ornilhogali Klotzsch.: 

Ornithogalum thyrsoides (chinkeri- 
chee) . 
Jonathan spot: 

Malus sylvestris (apple) 

Kuehneol" malvicola (Speg.) Arth.: 

Hibiscus cardiophyllus 

Hibiscus syriacus (shrub-althea) 

Leptosphaeria eustoma (Ft.) Sacc: 

Musa sp. (banana) 

Leptothyrium macrothecium Fckl.: 

Paeo n ia moutan 

Macrophoma oneidii P. Henn.: 

Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Cypripedium callosum (orchid) 

Cypripedium haynaldianum (orchid).. 
Macrosporium cucumerinum E. & E.: 

Cucurbita maxima (squash) 

Marsonia juglandis (Lib.) Sacc: 

Juglans sp. (walnut) 

Melampsora medusae Thuem.: 

Popu'us sp. (cottonwood^ 

Melanconium bet ulinum (Pers.) Kleb.: 

Betula sp. (birch) 

Melanconium sacchari Mass.: 

Saccharum officinarum (sugarcane) 

Meliola citricola Syd.: 

Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tangerine) 

Microdiplodia wistariae Grove: 

Wisteria sp 

Monilochaetes infuscans Ell. & Hals.: 

Ipomoea batatas (sweetpotato) 

Mycosphaerella brassicicola (Ft.) Lindau: 

Brassica oleracea capitata (cabbage) . . 
Mycosphaerella citrullina (Smith) Gross.: 

Citrullus vulgaris (watermelon) 

Cucumis anguria (West Indian gher- 
kin). 

Cucumis sativus (cucumber) 

Cucurbita maxima (squash) 



Luffa cylindrica (dish clout) ... .. 

Momordica charantia (balsam-pear) - .. 

Momordica sp 

Sechium edule (chayote) 

Mycosphaerella pinodes (Berk. & Blox) 
R. E. Stone: 

Pisum sativum (pea) 

Vicia faba (fava bean) 

Oidium euonymi-japonici (Arcang.) Sacc: 

Euonymus japonica 

Euonymus japonica variegata 

Oospora citri-aurantii C. O. Smith: 

Citrus aurantifolia (lime) 



Citrus grandis (grapefruit) 

Citrus sinensis (orange) 

Fortunella japonica (kumquat) 

Panagrolaimus rigidus (Schneider) 
Thorne: 

Soil around ban ana plant 

Paraphelenchus pseudoparietinus Mic: 

Salvia officinalis (sage) 

Peronospora effusa (Grev.) Ces.: 

Chenopodium album (lambs-quarters) 

Spinacia oleracea (spinach).. 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in— 



Puerto Rico. 

Mexico 

Japan 

Mexico.. 

....do 

Union of South Africa. 



Japan.. 

Mexico. 
... .do- 



Cuba. 
Japan. 



Mexico 

Thailand... 
Philippines. 



Mexico. 
....do.. 



....do 

England 

Mexico, Philippines. 

China 

Japan 

Mexico 

Ireland 



Cuba. 
Haiti- 



Cuba 

Cuba, Japan, Union of 
South Africa. 

Cuba 

do 

do 

Cuba, Jamaica 



Portugal. 
....do... 



Mexico . 
Japan. . 



Cuba, Haiti, Mexico, 

Puerto Rico. 
Argentina, Puerto Rico 

Haiti 

Philippines 



Costa Rica. 
Spain 



Mexico. 
do.. 



Con- 
sump- 
tion 



Non- 
entry 



1 

mi 



Prop 
aga- 
tion 



Collected in- 



Tex. 
Tex. 
N.J. 
Tex. 
N.J. 
111. 

Wash. 

Tex. 
Tex. 

N. Y. 

N.J. 

Tex. 

Calif.* 

Calif.* 

Tex. 

Tex. 

Tex. 

N. Y. 

Pa., Tex. 

Wash. 

Calif.* 

Ariz., Tex. 

Tex. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



N. Y., Tex. 
N. Y. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N. Y. 



Pa. 

N. Y 



Tex. 
Wash. 



Pa., Tex. 

Pa. 
Pa. 
Tex. 



N. Y. 

N. Y. 



Ariz. 
Ariz., Tex. 



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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con 



Disease and host 



Peronospora pisi (DeBy.) Syd.: 

Pisum sativum (pea) 

Pestalozzia guepini Desm.: 

Ananas sativus (pineapple) 

Pestalozzia palmarum Cke.: 

Cocos nucifera (coconut) 

Palm -■ — 

Pestalozzia rhododendri (D. Sacc.) Guba: 

A zalea indica 

Pezizella lythri (Desm.) Shear & Dodge: 
. Acer argutum 

Acer carpinifolium (hornbeam maple) 

Paeonia moutan 

Paeonia sp 

Thuya sp 

Trachycarpus excelsa (windmill palm) 
Phleospora multimaculans Heald. & Wolf. : 

Juglans sp. (walnut) 

Phoma bakeriana Sacc: 

Vigna sinensis (cowpea) 

Phoma betae (Oud.) Frank: 

Beta vulgaris cicla (Swiss chard) 

Phoma camelliae Pass.: 

Camellia japonica (camellia) 

Phoma citricarpa McAlp.: 

Citrus grandis (grapefruit) 

Citrus nobilis deliciosa (tangerine) 

Citrus sinensis (orange) 

Phomopsis magnoliicola Died.: 

Magnolia sp 

Phomopsis veians (Sacc. & Syd.) Harter: 

Solanum melongena (eggplant) 

Phyllachora maydis Maubl.: 

Zea mays (corn) 

Phyllosticta berolinensis Henn.: 

Rhododendron sp 

Phyllosticta erythroxyli Graz.: 

Erythroxylon coca (cocaine-tree) 

Phyllosticta galactis (Cooke) E. & E.: 

Galax aphylfa (galax) 

Phyllosticta gardeniae Cke.: 

Gardenia florida (Cape-jasmine) 

Phyllosticta laeliae Keissler: 

Cattleya sp. (orchid) 

Physalospora cattleyae Maubl. & Lasn.: 

Orchid 

Physalospora japonica Togashi: 

Camellia japonica var 



Physalospora orchidearum P. Henn. 

Stanhopeasp. (orchid) 

Trichopilia tortilis (orchid) 

Pleosphaerulina briosiana Pollacci: 

Medicago sativa (alfalfa) 

Puccinia allii (DC.) Rud.: 

Allium cepa (onion) 

Allium sativum (garlic) 



Puccinia coronata Cda.: 

Avena sativa (oats) 

Puccinia menthae Pers.: 

Mentha sp. (mint) 

Puccinia ornithogali-thyrsoides Diet.: 

Ornithogalum sp 

Puccinia polygoni-amphibii persicariae 
(Str.) Arth.: 

Polygonum sp 



Pucciniopsis caricae Earle: 

Carica papaya (papaya) 

Pyrenochaeta penicillata Fckl.: 

Medicago sativa (alfalfa) 

Pyrenopeziza medicaginis Fckl.: 

Medicago sativa 

Rhabdospora kirghisorum (Thum.) Sacc: 

Ephedra vulgaris.. 



Country of origin 



Number of inter- 
ceptions in— 



Con ' I Non- 
sump- t 

tion e 



Prop- 



Chile, Portugal. 
Mexico 



Canal Zone. 
Brazil 



Japan. 



....do 

....do 

France, Japan. 

Japan 

Canada (?)_-. 
Japan 



Mexico 

Dutch Guiana. 
Cuba 

Japan. 



Union of South Africa- 
China 

Union of South Africa- 



Japan 

Martinique. 
Guatemala.. 

England 

Peru 

England 

Cuba- -. 

Costa Rica.. 
Guatemala- 
Japan 



Mexico. 
do.. 



Kenya. 



Spain 

Argentina, Madeira Is- 
lands, Spain. 



Bahamas 

Mexico 

Union of South Africa. 

Canada 



Brazil, Cuba, Jamaica... 

Kenya 

Mexico 

China 



Collected in— 



N. Y. 

Tex. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 

Calif.* 

Wash. 

Wash. 

Calif.*, Wash. 

N.J. 

Wash. 

Wash. 

Tex. 

La. 

N. Y. 
Wash. 

N. Y. 

Wash. 
N. Y. 

Wash. 

Tex. 

N. Y. 

Wash. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 

Fla.* 

Wash. 

P. R. 

Calif.* 



Calif. 
Calif. 



N. Y. 



N. Y. 
N. Y. 



Fla.* 
Tex. 
Wash. 

N. Y. 

N. Y. 
N. Y. 
N.J. 
N. Y. 



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List of pests collected and reported from July 1, 1940, to June 30, 1941, inclusive — Con, 





Country of origin 


Number of inter- 
ceptions in — 




Disease and host 


Con- 
sump- 
tion 


Non- 
3ntry 


Prop- 
aga- 
tion 


Collected in— 


Rotylenchus bradys (Steiner & LeHew.) 
Filipjev: 
Diosc.oreasp. (yam). 




1 

1 
1 






N. Y. 


Schizophyllum commune Ft.: 

Anisoptera thurifera 








Wash. 


Hardwood Iog._ _ . 








N. Y. 


Sclerotinia gladioli Drayt.: 

Gladiolus sp . __ . 






5 


Calif.* 


Sclerotinia kerneri Wettstein: 

Abies bahamea (balsam fir) . . ... .__. 




3 

1 

1 




N. Y. 


Abies sp ... 








N. Y. 


Sclerotinia trifoliorum Erikss.: 

Trifolium sp . 








N. Y. 


Sclerotium orchidearum P. Henri.: 

Orchid 






1 


Calif.* 


Septobasidium prunophilum Couch.: 






1 
1 
1 


Calif.* 


Septoria apii Chester: 

Apium graveolens (celerv) ... 






Tex. 


Septoria fructigena Berk. & Curt.: 

Pass? flora sp,. ----... 






Pa. 


Septoria hydrangeae Bizz.: 

Hydrangea sp_ . ..... _. 




1 
1 
1 


Tex. 


Septoria musiva Pk.: 

Populus sp. Ccottonwood) 


do 






Tex. 


Septoria pisi West.: 

Pisum sativum (pea) . ... 




1 

1 
1 





N. Y.,Tex. 


Sphaceloma fawcettii scabiosa (McAlp. & 
Trvon) Jenkins: 
Citrus limonia (lemon). . 




N. Y. 


Sphacelotheca sorghicola (Speg.) Zundel: 
Hoi mis sorghum var. (broomcorn) 






N. Y. 


Sphaerolheca humuli (DC.) Burr.: 


Cuba 


1 


Fla.* 


Spindle tuber: 

Sol anum tuberosum (potato). 


1 




Fla.* 


Stachylidium theobromae Turc: 

Musa paradisiaca (plantain) 


Cuba 


6 

1 
1 


N. Y. 


Thecaphora pustulata Clinton: 

Bidens pilosa(?) . 








Ariz. 


Tiochila ilicis (Chev.) Cronan: 

Uex aquifolium (English holly) 

Trullula olivascens Sacc: 








N. Y. 






1 

1 
2 

1 

1 


Calif.* 


Uredo behnickiana P. Henn.: 








N.J. 










N.J. 


Uredo tpidendri P. Henn.: 








N.J. 


Uredo guacae Mayor: 








N.J. 


Uredo incompcsita Kern: 


Haiti 


1 




N. Y. 


Uiedojucunda Syd.: 






1 

1 
3 

2 


N.J. 


Uredo oncidii P. Henn.: 








Calif.* 




Brazil, England, Guate- 
mala. 






N.J. 


Uromyces lespedezae-procumbentis(Schw.) 
Curt.: 
Lespedeza formosa albiflora (Japanese 
bushclover). 
Ustilago nuda (Tens.) Kell. & Sw.: 






Wash. 




2 

1 




Tex. 


Ustilago sphaerogena Burr.: 








Wash. 


}'alsa massariana DeNot.: 

Sorbus aucuparia 

Vermicular ia capsici Syd.: 




1 


1 


Pa. 


Haiti, Mexico 


1 

256 
1 

31 


N. Y., Tex. 


Virus, mosaic: 




Ariz., Tex. 


"" Ly coper sicum esculentum (tomato) 

Virus, spotted wilt: 

Ly coper sicum esculentum ...i. 


....do 






Ariz. 






Ariz., Md. 











SERVICE AND REGULATORY ANNOUNCEMENTS 



47 



Hosts and diseases 



ABIES: 

Sclerotinia kerneri (Ascomycetes) 
ACER: 

Pezizella lylhri (Ascomycetes) 
AGAVE: 

Asterino mexicana (Ascomycetes) 
ALBIZZIA: 

Gloeosporium lebbec (Deuteromvcetes) 
ALLIUM CEPA: 
Botrytis allii (Deuteromvcetes) 
Puccinia allii (Promycetes) 
ALLIUM SATIVUM: 

Puccinia alhi (Promycetes) 
AMARANTH US: 

Albugo bliti (Phvcomvcetes) 
AMYGDALUS PERSICA: 

Coryneum beijerinckii (Deuteromvcetes) 
ANANAS: 
Aphehnchoides parietinus (Xematoda) 
Pestalozzia quepini (Deuteromycetes) 
AXISOPTERA: 

Schtzophyllum commune (Basidiomvcetes) 
AXSELLIA— See Orchidaceac 
APIUM: 

Septoria apii (Deuteromvcetes) 
A VENA: 

Puccinia coronata (Promycetes) 
AZALEA: 

Pestalozzia rhododendri (Deuteromvcetes) 
BAMBUSA: 

Con'osporium shiraianum (Deuteromvcetes) 
BETA: 

Phoma betae (Deuteromycetes) 
BETULA: 

Melanconium betulinum (Deuteromvcetes) 
BIDEXS: 

Thecaphora pustulata (Promvcetes) 
BRASSIA— See Orchidaceae 
BRASSICA OLERACEA CAPITATA: 
Mycosphaerella brassicicola (Ascomvcetes) 
CALLISTEPHUS: 

Coleosporium solidaginis (Promvcetes) 
CAMELLIA: 
Hendersonia camelliae (Deuteromycetes) 
Phoma camelliae (Deuteromycetes) 
Physalospora japortica (Ascomycetes) 
CAPSICUM: 
Epicoccum nigrum (Deuteromycetes) 
Vermicularia capsici (Deuteromycetes) 
Virus (mosaic) 
CARICA: 
Ascochvta caricne (Deuteromycetes) 
Pvcciniopsis caricae (Deuteromycetes) 
CATTLEYA— See Orchidaceae 
CHEXOPODIUM: 

Peronospora effusa (Phvcomvcetes) 
CITRULLUS: 

Mycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomvcetes) 
CITRUS AURAXTIFOLIA: 
Bacterium citri (Schizomyeetes) 
Oospora cttri-aurantii (Deuteromvcetes) 
CITRUS GRAXDIS: 
Bacterium citri (Schizomyeetes) 
Oospora citri-aurantii (Deuteromycetes) 
Phoma citricarpa (Deuteromvcetes) 
CITRUS LIMOXIA: 
Elsinoe faucettii (Ascomycetes) 
Elsinoe faivcettii scabiosa (Ascomvcetes) 
CITRUS XOBILIS DELICIOSA: 
Meliola citrkola (Ascomycetes) 
Phoma citiicarpa (Deuteromvcetes) 
CITRUS SINENSIS: 
Bacteiium citri (Schizomyeetes) 
Bacterium syringae (Schizomyeetes) 
Elsinoe australis f Ascomycetes) 
Oospora citri-aurant'i (Deuteromycetes) 
Phoma citricarpa (Deuteromvcetes) 
CITRUS SP.: 

Bacterium citri (Schizomyeetes) 
COCOS: 
Eutypella cocos (Ascomycetes) 
Pestalozzia pal mar um (Deuteromvcetes) 
COFFEA: 

Cercospora coffeicola (Deuteromycetes) 
COLCHICUM: 

Cylindrosporium colchici (Deuteromvcetes) 
COLOCASIA: 
Aphehnchoides parietinus (Xematoda) 



CRATAEGUS: 

Gumnosporangium globosum (Promvcetes) 
CUCUMIS: 

Mycospharella citrullina (Ascomycetes) 

Fusarium niveum (Deuteromycetes) 

Mycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes) 
CUCURBIT A: 

Erysiphe cichoracearum (Ascomycetes) 

Macrosporium cucumerinum (Deuteromycetes) 

Mycospharella citrullina (Ascomvcetes) 
CYMBIDIUM— See Orchidaceae 
CYXODOX: 

Claviceps microcephala (Ascomycetes) 
CYPRIPEDIUM— See Orchidaceae 
DAUCUS: 

Cerctostomella fimbriata (Ascomvcetes) 
DEXDROBIUM— See Orchidaceae 
DIOSCOREA: 

Rotylenchus bradys (Xematoda) 
DIAXTHUS: 

Alternaria dianthi (Deuteromycetes) 
ECHINOCHLOA: 

Ustilago sphaerogena (Promycetes) 
ELEOCHARIS: 

Uredo incomposita (Promycetes) 
EPHEDRA: 

Rhabdospora kirghisorum (Ascomycetes) 
EPIDEXDRUM— See Orchidaceae 
ERYTHROXYLOX: 

Phyllosticta erythroiyli (Basidiomvcetes) 
EUOXYMUS: 

Oidium euonymi j-iponici (Deuteromycetes) 
FICUS: 

Aphelenchus atenae (Xematoda) 
FORTUXELLA: 

Oospora citri-aurantii (Deuteromycetes) 
GALAX: 

Phyllosticta galactis (Deuteromycetes) 
GARDEXIA: 

Phyllosticta gardeniae (Deuteromycetes) 
GLADIOLUS: 

Acrospeira macrosporoidea (Deuteromycetes) 

Aspergillus ochraceus (Deuteromycetes) 

Sclerotinia gladioli (Ascomycetes) 
HIBISCUS 

Glomerella cingulata (Ascomycetes) 

Kuehneola maliicolo (Promycetes) 
HOLCUS: 

Sphacelotheca sorghicola (Promycetes) 
HORDEUM: 

Ustilago nuda (Promycetes) 
HYACIXTHUS: 

Aphelenchus atenae (Xematoda) 
HYDRAXGEA: 

Septoria hydrangeae (Deuteromycetes) 
ILEX: 

Trochila ilicis (Ascomvcetes) 
IPOMOEA: 

Diplodia tubericola (Deuteromycetes) 

Monilochaetes infuscans (Deuteromycetes) 
IRIS: 

Didymellina iridis (Ascomycetes) 
JUGLAXS: 

Marsonia juglandis (Deuteromycetes) 

Phleospora multimaculans (Deuteromycetes) 
LACTUCA: 

Bremia lactucae (Phycomycetes) 
LAELIA— See Orchidaceae 
LESPEDEZA: 

Uromyces lespedezae-procumbentis (Promycetes) 
LOG: 

Schizophyllum commune (Basidiomycetes) 
LILIUM: 

Aphehnchoides parietinus (Xematoda) 

Aphelenchus arenae (Xematoda) 
LOCKHARTIA— See Orchidaceae 
LUFFA: 

Mycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomvcetes) 
LYCOPERSICUM: 

Aphehnchoides parietinus (Xematoda) 

Dendrodochium lycopersici (Deuteromycetes) 

Epicoccum nigrum (Deuteromycetes) 

Virus (mosaic) 

Virus (spotted wilt) 
MAGXOLIA: 

Phomopsis magnoliicola (Deuteromycetes) 
MAHOXIA: 

Cumminsiella sanguinea (Promycetes) 



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MALUS: 
Cephalosporin™ pammellii purpurascens (Deutero- 

mycetes) 
Jonathan spot 

MEDICAGO: 
Pleosphaerulina briosiana (Ascomycetes) 
Pyrenochaeta penicillata (Deuteromycetes) 
Pyrenopeziza medicaginis (Ascomycetes) 

MENTHA: 
Puccinia menthae (Promycetes) 

MOMORDICA: 
Mvcosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes) 

MUSA PARADISIACA: 
Stachylidium theobromae (Deuteromycetes) 

MUSA SP.: 
Cercospora musae (Deuteromycetes) 
Leptosphacria eustomn (Ascomycetes) 

NARCISSUS. 
DUvlenchus dipsaci (Nematoda) 

NERIUM: 
Bacterium tonellianum (Schizomycetes) 

NICOTIANA: 
Bacterium tabacum (Schizomycetes) 

ODONTIODA— See Orchidaceae 

ODONTOGLOSSUM— See Orchidaceae 

ONCIDIUM— See Orchidaceae 

ORCHIDACEAE: 
Aphelenchoides coffeae (Nematoda) 
Cercospora angreci (Deuteromycetes) 
Cercospora odontoglossi (Deuteromycetes) 
Colletotrichum orchidearum (Deuteromycetes) 
Diplodia henriquesiana (Deuteromycetes) 
Diplodia paraphysaria (Deuteromycetes) 
Gloeosporium affine (Deuteromycetes) 
Gloeosporium cattleyae (Deuteromycetes) 

, Gloeosporium cinctum (Deuteromycetes) 
Gloeosporium cymbidii (Deuteromycetes) 
Gloeosporium laeliae (Deuteromycetes) 
Gloeosporium orchidearum (Deuteromycetes) 
Macrophoma oncidii (Deuteromycetes) 
Phyllosticta laeliae (Deuteromycetes) 
Physalospora cattleyae (Ascomycetes) 
Physalospora orchidearum (Ascomycetes) 
Sclerotium orchidearum (Deuteromycetes) 
Uredo behnickiana (Promycetes) 
Uredo epidendri (Promycetes) 
Uredo guarae (Promycetes) 
Uredo oncidii (Promycetes) 

ORNITHOGALUM: 
Heterosporium ornithogali (Deuteromycetes) 
Puccinia ornithogali-thyrsoides (Promycetes) 

PAEONIA: 
Coryneum micrcstictoides (Deuteromycetes) 
Helicoma olivaceum (Deuteromycetes) 
Leptothyrium macrothecium (Deuteromycetes) 
Pezizella lythri (Ascomycetes) 
Trullula olivascens (Deuteromycetes) 

PALM: 
Pestalozzia palmarum (Deuteromycetes) 

PASPALUM: 
Cerebella andropogonis (Deuteromycetes) 
Clai'iceps paspali (Ascomycetes) 
Fusarium heterosporum (Deuteromycetes) 

PASSIFLORA: 
Seploria fructigena (Deuteromycetes) 

PERSEA: 
Asterina delitescens (Ascomycetes) 

PHASEOLUS LUNATUS MACROCARPUS: 
Diaporthe phaseolorum (Ascomycetes) 

PHASEOLUS SP. (strinerbean): 
Diaporthe phaseolorum (Ascomvcetes) 

PHALAENOPSIS— See Orchidaceae 

PHILODENDRON: 

Uredo jticunda (Promycetes) 

PINUS: 
Ceratcstomella ips (Ascomycetes) 



PISUM: 

Mycosphaerella pinodes (Ascomycetes) 

Peronospora pisi (Phy corny cetes) 

Septoria pisi (Deuteromycetes) 
POLYGONUM: 

Puccinia polygoni-amphibii pcrsicariae (Promy- 
cetes) 
POPULUS: 

Melampsora medusae (Promycetes) 

Septoria musiva (Deuteromycetes) 
PRUNUS: 

Septobasidium prunophilum (Basidiomvcetes v 
RHODODENDRON: 

Cercosporina rhododendri (Deuteromycetes) 

Coryneopsis microsticta (Deuteromycetes) 

Phyllosticta berolinensis (Deuteromycetes) 
ROSA: 

Cercospora rosicola (Deuteromycetes) 

Sphaerotheca humuli (Ascomycetes) 
SACCHARUM: 

Helminthosporium turcicum (Deuteromycetes) 

Melanconium sacchari (Deuteromycetes) 
SALIX: 

Cytospora ambiens (Deuteromycetes) 
SALVIA: 

Aphelenchus avenae (Nematoda) 

Paraph elen ch us pseudoparietinus (Nematoda) 
SCHOMBURGKIA— See Orchidaceae 
SECHIUM: 

Mycosphaerella citrullina (Ascomycetes) 
SOIL: 

Aphelenchus avenae (Nematoda) 

Panaqrolaimus rigidus (Nematoda) 
SOLANUM MELONGENA: 

Phomopsis vexans (Deuteromycetes) 
SOLANUM TUBEROSUM: 

Spindle tuber 
SORBUS: 

Valsa massarina (Ascomycetes) 
SPINA CIA: 

Peronospora effusa (Phycomycetes) 
STANHOPEA— See Orchidaceae 
THEOBROMA: 

Colletotrichum incarnatum (Deuteromycetes)- 
THUYA: 

Pezizella lythri (Ascomycetes) 
TRACHYCARPUS: 

Pezizella lythri (Ascomvcetes) 
TRICHOPILIA— See Orchidaceae 
TRIFOLIUM SP.: 

Sclerofinia trifoliorum (Ascomycetes) 
TRITICUM: 

Colletotrichum graminicolum (Deutcromycet 
THEOBROMA: 

Colletotrichum incarnatum (Deuteromycetes} 
ULMUS: 

Ceratoslomella ulmi (Ascomycetes) 
VANILLA— See Orchidaceae 
VICIA: 

Mycosphaerella pinodes (Ascomycetes) 
VIGNA: 

Phoma bakeriana (Deuteromycetes) 
WISTERIA: 

Microdiplodia wistariae (Deuteromycetes) 
WOOD: 

Erinella longispora (Ascomycetes) 
XANTHOSOMA: 

Aphelenchus avenae (Nematoda) 
ZEA: 

Fusarium monili forme (Deuteromycetes) 

Phyllachora maydis (Ascomycetes) 
ZINGIBER: 

Aphelenchoides parietinus (Nematoda) 
ZINNIA: 

Erysiphe cichoracearum (Ascomycetes) 



AFRICA: 

Schizophyltum commune 
ARGENTINA: 
Cercospora rosicola 
Colletotrichum graminicolum 
Diplodia tubericola 
Elsinoe australis 
Oospora citri-aurantii 
Puccinia allii 
Sphacelotheca sorghicola 



Country of origin and diseases 
AUSTRALIA: 
Cerebella andropogonis 
Fusarium heterosporum 
Gloeosporium cinctum 
Sphaceloma fawcettii scabiosa 
AZORES: 
Aphelenchoides parietinus 
Sclerotinia gladioli 
Septoria fructigena 



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Country of origin 

BAHAMAS: 
Diaporthe phaseolorum 

Puccinia coronata 
BERMUDA: 

Alternaria dianthi 

Aphelenchoides parietinus 

Aphelenchus avenae 
BRAZIL: 

Ascochyta caricae 

Diaporthe phaseolorum 

Diplodia tubericola 

Elsinoe australis 

Erinella longispora 

Gloeosporiu m laeliae 

Pestalozzia palmarum 

Pucciniopsis caricae 

Uredo oncidii 
BRITISH COLUMBIA: 

Cumminsiella sanguinea 
CANADA: 

Bacterium tabacum 

Cercosporina rhododendri 

Pezizella lythri 

Puccinia polygoni-amphibii persicariae 
CANAL ZONE 

Claviceps paspali 

Eutypella cocos 

Pestalozzia palmarum 
CHILE: 

Botrytis allii 

Diplodia henriquesiana 

Peronospora pisi 

Septoria pisi 
CHINA: 

Aphelenchoides parietinus 

Bacterium citri 

Meliola citricola 

Phoma citricarpa 

Rhabdospora kirghisorum 
COLOMBIA: 

Aphelenchoides coffeae 

Diplodia henriquesiana 

Gloeosporium cattleyae 
COSTA RICA: 

Aphelenchus avenae 

Cercospora musae 

Claviceps paspali 

Colletotrichum orchidearum 

Gloeosporium affine 

Panagrolaimus rigidus 

Phyllosticta laeliae 

Sclerotium orchidearum 

Uredo behnickiana 

Uredo epidendri 

Uredo jucunda 
CUBA: 

Aphe'enchoides parietinus 

Aphelenchus arena* 

Cercospora rosicola 

Coleosporiu m solirfaiinis 

Colletotrichum incarnotum 

Diplodia tubericola 

Mycosphaerella citrullina 

Oospora citri-aurantii 

Phoma betae 

Phyllosticta gardeniae 

Pucciniopsis caricae 

Sphaerotheca humuli 

Stachylidium theobromae 

1 irus ("spotted wilt) 
DUTCH EAST INDIES: 

Bacterium citri 
DUTCH GUtAXA: 

Phoma bakeriana 
ENGLAND: 
Aphelenchus arevae 

Ceratostomella fimbriata 

Ceratostomella ips 

Ceratostomella ulmi 

Cercospora angreci 

Cercospora odontoglossi 

Colletotrichum orchidearu m 

Coryneopsis microsticta 
Cytospora ambiens 
Melanconium betidinum 

Phyllosticta I'erolinensis 
Phyllosticta nalactis 

Trochila ilicis 

Uredo oncidii 



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FRANCE: 

Coryneum microstictoides 

Pezizella lythri 

Trullula olvascens 
GREENLAND: 

1'alsa massariana 
GUADELOUPE: 

Colletotrichum orchidearum 
GUATEMALA: 

Cercospora musae 

Colletotrichum orchidearum 

Diplodia paraphysaria 

Phyllachora maydis 

Physalospora cattleyae 

Uredo oncidii 
HAITI: 

Cercospora musae 

Mycosphaerella citrullina 

Oospora citri-aurantii 

Uredo incomposita 

Yermicuiaria capsici 
HAWAII: 

Divlodia tubericola 
HONDURAS: 

Colletotrichum orchidearum 

Gloeosporium lebbec 
HUNGARY: 

Ci/lindrosporium colchici 
INDIA: 

Bacterium citri 

Colletotrichum orchidearum 
IRELAND: 
Mycosphaerella brassicicola 
Sclerotinia trifcliorum 
JAMAICA- 

Cercospora musae 
Mycosphaerella citrullina 
Pucciniopsis caricae 
Rot i' tench us bradys 
JAPAN: 
Aphelenchoides parietinu 
Bacterium citri 

Cephalosporium pammellii purpurascens 
Colletotrichum orchidearum 
Coryneum microstictoides 
Ditylenchus dipsaci 
Gloeosporium cymbidti 
Helicoma olvaceum 
Jonathan spot 
Leptothyrium macrothecium 
Microdiplodia uistariae 
Mycosphaerella citrullina 
Oidium euonymijaponici 
Pestalozzia rhododendri 
Pezizella lythri 
Phoma camelliae 
Phomopsis magnoliicola 
Physalospora japonica 
Sclerotinia gladioli 
Septobasidiu m prunoph ilu m 
Uromyces lespedezae-procu mbentis 
Ustilago sphaerogeno 
JAVA: 

Bacterium c : tri 
KENYA: 
Pleosphaerulina briosiana 
Pyrenochaeta nenicillata 
MADEIRA ISLANDS: 

Puccinia alln 
MARTINIQUE: 

Phomopsis vexans 
MEXICO: 
Albugo bliti 

Aphelenchoides pcrietinus 
Asterina delitescens 
Asterina me.iicana 
Bacterium syringae 
Bacterium tonellianum 
Botrytis allii 
Bremia lactucae 
Cercospora angreci 
Cerospora coffeicola 
Cercospora mus^e 
Colletotrichum orchidearum 
Coryneum beijerinckii 
Dendrodochium lycopersici 
Diaporthe phaseolorum 
Didymellina >ridis 
Diplodin tubericola 
Epicoccum nigrum 



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MEXIC O— Continued. 
Erysiphe cichcracearum 
Fusarium niveum 
Olocosporium cattleyae 
Gloeosporium cinctum 
Gymnosporangium glohosum 
Helminthosporium turzicum 
Henderson ia camslliae 
Kuehneola malviccla 
Leptosphaeria eustoma 
Macrophoma oncidii 
Macrosporium cucumermum 
Marsonia juglandis 
Melampsora medusae 
Mclanconium sacchari 
Monilochaetes infuscans 
Oidium euonymi-japonki 
Oospora citri-auranlii 
Peronospora effusa 
Pestalozzia guepini 
Phleospora multimaculans 
Physalospora orchidearum 
Puccinia menthae 
Pyrenopeziza medicaginis 
Septoria hydrangeae 
Septoria musiva 
Septoria pisi 
Tkecaphora pustulata 
Ustilago nuda 
Vermicularia capsici 
Virus (mosaic) 
Virus (spotted wilt) 

NEWFOUNDLAND: 
Scierotinia kerneri 

NEW ZEALAND: 
Acrcspeira macrosporoidea 

NOVA SCOTIA: 
Scierotinia kerneri 

PANAMA: 
Septoria apii 

PERU: 
Diplodia henriquesiana 
Phyllosticta erythrcxyli 
Spindle tuber 

PHILIPPINES: 
Pacterium citri 
Coltetotrichum orchidearum 



PHILIPPINES— Continued. 

Diplodia tubericola 

Macrophoma oncidii 

Melanconium sacchari 

Oospora citri-aurantii 

Schizophyllum commune 
PORTUGAL: 

Aphelenchus avenae 

Mycosphaerella pinodes 

Peronospora pisi 
PUERTO RICO: 

Cercospora rosicola 

Glomerella cingulata 

Oospora citri-aurantii 
SPAIN: 

Aphelenchus avenae 

Paraph elenchus pseudoparietinus 

Puccinia allii 
THAILAND: 

Colletotrichum orchidearum 

Gloeosporium affine 

Macrophoma oncidii 
TRINIDAD: 

Diplodia tubericola 

Vredo behnickiana 
TURKEY: 

Aspergillus ochraceus 
UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA: 

Claviceps microcephala 

Fusarium moniliforme 

Ileterosporium ornithogali 

Mycosphaerella citrullina 

Phoma citricarpa 

Puccin ia ornithogali-thyrsoides 
UNKNOWN (via England): 

Coniosporium shiraianum 
URUGUAY: 

Elsinoe faweeltii 
VENEZUELA: 

Colletotrichum orchidearum 

Diplodia paraphysaria 

Gloeosporium orchidearum 

Uredo guacae 
VIRGIN ISLANDS: 

Diaporthe phaseolorum 
YUGOSLAVIA: 

Cylindrosporium colchici 



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